Here is a BBQ pork rib dish that the family just loves for me to cook for them. I cheat on the true smoking though. I wipe the ribs in olive oil, season them with Lawry's season salt and fresh ground pepper, cover them with a couple of cans of crushed pineapple, drip maple syrup over the crushed pineapple, top the crushed pineapple off with Old El Paso Pickled jalapeno slices, then slow roast them in a covered stainless steel hotel pan at 250 degrees for about six hours.
Just before I'm ready to serve, I fire up the char grill and heat up the Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. I drain the pan of ribs and scoop into the BBQ sauce some of the crushed pineapple and jalapeno slices, and add some brown sugar to the mix. I then take the ribs out of the pan, place them on the char grill and brush on the sauce. If someone likes more sauce, I just give them extra on the side. Now this is a real guy kind of meal! This is the way real guys love to cook when they can't do it outside. This is the full hotel pan and lid with BBQ sauce.
Boy, you guys got me wanting to cook up another batch! Enjoy!