It's been a long time since I've posted on here. I'm more of a reader and looker than a poster. However I must share this. I will attempt to post pictures but I haven't been too successful in the past so if they don't show up I will find a way. I did my first Country Style Ribs. I've always done baby backs and spares but Bi-lo had a package of 9 for @ $5.75 so I couldn't resist. My father-in-law and brother-in-law work 12-16 hours a day during Christmas so I wanted to use them to try out some new things. I used mustard to keep the rub on and let them sit overnight. I put them in at 2:30p at 250 deg and took them off at 5:30p to foil and put on a marinade. I found a recipe for drunken spareribs that I will post at the end. I put them back in and cranked up the temp to 300 deg. I was running out of time and needed to hurry. I took them off at 6:20p and they smelled freakin awesome. Tender, juicy and great. I have foiled ribs and not foiled ribs. I recommend foiling them b/c it holds in the juices. I did my first ever ABTs to go along with the ribs and I will post those on the ABT forum. The recipe for the marinade is: 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup bourbon (I used Jim Beam) 1 tbsp dijon mustard I doubled the recipe, applied heavily and still had a good bit left over. To all the newbies out there, ask lots of questions. I did when I first got started and learned a lot. Thanks to all those who helped me out.