First off, let me introduce myself. My name is Adam, and I got into smoking about 8 months ago courtesy of my Grandfather. He was kind enough to give me his Primo Kamado Ceramic smoker. It's been a fun challenge learning to control the vents and dial in temps with this thing, and I appreciate ever mistake along the way.
So enough about me, I decided to grab a rack of spares at my local grocer this last weekend and gave them a ride in the smoker on Sunday afternoon.
I smoked them at 250*F using lump charcoal and 2 chuncks of peach wood, for the rub I used Smokin Guns Sweet Heat which smelled amazing. At the 1 1/2 hr mark I sprayed them down with some apple juice every 1/2 hr. Once the ribs had been on for 3 hrs I brought them in and foiled them. I added blue bottle butter, honey, brown sugar more of the dry rub, and a couple spritz's of apple juice. After 1 1/2 hrs of being foiled I checked them for tenderness and the bones would wiggle pretty easily inside the meat so I took them out of the foil and added some Killer Hogs BBQ sauce for some glaze and set them back on the smoker for 15-20 mins with the smoker shut down to set the sauce.
Enough talking, here's the final product!