ok so heres my dilemma. after planning to do a pork shoulder when camping this weekend then finding out i can't bbq after midnight, i decided to do ribs because they won't take as much time. after a few years of trial and error, i like to think i've perfected the art of smoking spare ribs. I think they taste way better than BBs, so i haven't bothered with BBs in about 3 or 4 years where I'd do them on my gas grill with a smoker box. So i head to the grocery store where they are advertising SPARERIBS for $1.99 per lb for memorial day. I'm excited to stock up, but when i get there i see it is half and quarter racks and they are very poorly trimmed. One package had what looked like a quarter rack that was 75% sternum. I do them st. louis style so this was unacceptable. I settled for a couple racks of BBs. So now i need some expertise. I feel like the 3-2-1 method is way too much time. maybe 2-2-1? Or maybe no foil at all? we are leaving in about 12 hours so i need a quick lesson, SMF has never failed me.