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So I was fortunate enough to have the day off yesterday, so I went out and got some ribs.  Too bad I was in such a rush I didn't even realize I got spare and baby back ribs, which made for an interesting cook.  I dry rubbed them for a few hours before the smoke with some mustard to hold the spices on.

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Smoked them with apple and pecan wood from 225 to 240 till they were cooked.  


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Took the baby back ribs off at 3.5 hrs


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Then the spare ribs at 5ish hrs (as a note this picture was actually taken after the ribs sat covered for 4 hours, my friends got lost and were late coming)


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