8to 14 racks of ribs
Combine seasoning-mix ingredients and rub over both sides of the ribs.
Combine painting mix together and paint over ribs.
Place ribs on roasting rack at 275 degrees for 1 hour.
Use the barbecue sauce to marinate the ribs on both sides.
Return to oven at 300 degrees on a wire rack for 1 to 2 hours, until ribs start to pull from bone.
Raise oven temperature to 325 degrees and cook for an additional hour: baste with barbecue sauce.
For a sweeter taste, brush honey over ribs when removed from oven or before serving.
To give the ribs a shiny look, brush with oil.
Barbecue sauce works equally well on all types of ribs: baby backs, St. Louis or country ribs. Be sure to adjust cooking times according to type of ribs being used. Barbecue sauce works well for chicken and other protein too.
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