Smokey’s Pork Ribs

Ribs

The weather is warming up and it’s about time to break out the BBQ! These ribs cook low and slow, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful weather and indulge in a blunt orrr five, while dinner smokes itself too!

Ingredients:

  • St. Louis style spare ribs (breastbone cut off)
  • Cannabis-infused olive oil
  • Salt and pepper for seasoning
  • Dry rub (optional)
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Dressing made of a mixture of 50 percent infused barbecue sauce and 50 percent apple cider vinegar

How it’s done:

  1. Make your meat look more appealing by trimming off some loose fat from the edges. At the same time, you can start heating up your grill to a temperature of 225 °F.
  2. Season your meat by coating both sides with a thin layer of your cannabis olive oil. After which, you can start seasoning the pork.
  3. Begin smoking your meat, cooking it at a lower temperature of 225°F for the first 2 hours. While you let it cook slowly, you can spritz it with the apple cider vinegar every hour or so.
  4. Using a plastic squirt bottle make a mixture of BBQ sauce and apple cider vinegar. Sometimes I do 50/50. Sometimes I’ll do 75% apple cider vinegar, and 25% BBQ sauce. You can opt to add a bit more cannabis-infused olive oil in at this stage if you’d like, but the initial dose added at the beginning should provide enough of a gentle lift. Note: The BBQ sauce can clog the squirt bottle, so going heavier on the vinegar will help the mixture spread evenly.
  5. Let smoke for about 15 min then wrap the ribs, sauce side down onto tin foil and put it back into the smoker to let it smoke for a couple more hours at 275°F.
  6. Check and see how the meat is done using a toothpick, and inserting it into the meat between the bones. You can unwrap the ribs and smoke them longer if you wish at 225°. Smoking longer will dry the ribs out a bit and might not be necessary. If you are satisfied with the result, dig in and enjoy. They are great right off the grill dry or sauce them up,  I like to give them a final dousing of sauce in the last 15 min and wala!Check out our full recipes page for infused side dish ideas!
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