Hosting the fathers day cookout this year... Don't feel like getting up at 4am on Sunday to start cooking ribs so was going to do them on Thursday my day off and then just heat them up Sunday morning along with chicken wings I was going to do ahead of time.
Ribs will be smoked with a dry rub and I serve sauce on the side for those that want it.
What's the best way to reheat them in the oven?
Plan was to cut the them up sunday morning when they're cold, then I was thinking throw them in foil, wrap/cover it and put it in at 200 degrees for an hour plus.... my thought is it's a slow heat and a slow process, also if people are late it almost works as just a warming drawer and "shouldn't" dry them out?
am I right? wrong? crazy? better ideas from experience?
Thank you in advance for any help/advice!