So I have made BB ribs a few times the last couple of weeks using the 2-2-1 method and like them a lot. Since I know that works for fall off the bone I wanted to branch out and see what would give them some bite. My local supermarket has had them on sale for the last couple of weeks at 1.99/lb and 2.50/lb so I stocked up (perfect timing for payday). Anyhow I wanted to see what I could do to get my perfect rib. I tried 2-1-2 at 220* with a little bit of berry juice with lime and they came out good, but not great. Still juicy and flavorful, but not quite right, I think it was a tad too long and got too much of that smokey loving. So today I've done another rack at 235* for a 3-1-1 time and these things are pretty much perfect. The meat doesn't seperate perfectly, but the flavor is spot on and has just a hint of toughness for a really satisfying bite. I used the same berry and lime mix and rubbed them with my own rub concoction. Hopefully my labor can be your reward too! If I left anything out, feel free to ask away! Rubbed them the night before and wrapped The finished product, after a taste test of course. As a bonus, I have a chuck smoking away too. Unfortunately it's at a stall for the last two hours and counting so the Qview won't be ready for a while.