Hello Steve -
Thank you very much for taking time to answer my question, I love your recipies, and grill outdoors all year round!
My question is in regards to grilling baby back ribs. I will more often then not, put a rub on the ribs, and cook very slowly on my grill for 3 hours or more at a very slow temperature (Ideally about 250-275 degrees and I use indirect heat). I brush with a little water or apple juice when they are looking dry, and rotate them every 30 minutes or so. I keep wood chips to the side, and add a little when I rotate them in order to keep a constant smoke going. Toward the end, I will fire up the heat for the last 10 minutes and add what ever sauce we are using, to finish.
However when we entertain, This process gets to be a little time consuming, Is there a way for me to precook the day before, then add to the grill the day we're having a party with out drying out the ribs ? I have alway wanted to give it a try, but am not sure what would be the right way.
Thanks again for taking time to answer my question!!