So I had my first rib smoking experience a few weeks ago and it went pretty well. I have the masterbuilt electric smoker, 30", and did it very basic. Put on a rub the night before, then did the 3-2-1 method but didn't add anything to the ribs, other than wrapping them after 3 hours and bbq with 30 min left.
Last weekend I tried again and this time I tried adding brown sugar, honey, and apple juice, from another thread here. They tasted amazing but my only issue was tenderness. After taking them out from the wrap, they were nearly falling off the bone already. I put them back in, then added some sauce. They tasted great, but weren't as fall off the bone as I would have liked. My question is if just cooking them for 30 minutes or so instead of the final hour would help fix this? Any tips are appreciated.
Here is a final pic of the results from last weekend. Tasted great.