Labor Day BBQ 2017 Ribs are washed and in the sinkThis is going to be a running account of my barbecue experience right now it's 10:34 a.m. in the morning and I just starting to put the rub on the four slabs of ribs. These are pork spare ribs that I got at Sam's Club Terry Cloth towels are great for absorbing moisture off of spareribs.I remove the water moisture from the ribs with commercial towels that I got from Sam's Club. Spareribs with the dry rub.Once the ribs are dry I apply the dry rub. Sylvia made a spicy rub from scratch for one slab and I used Mikes Country Store Rub for the other three slabs.I wrap the ribs in tin foil until the smoker is fired up and ready for meat. The smoker is ready with a temperature of about 233 degreesThis is my 250R from Bubba Grills. You can read more about the Bubba Grills smoker by searching for the name on the Internet. I am really happy with my smoker. Putting the ribs on the top rackThe meat is finally on the grill at 12:30 PM. dinner is scheduled for 5 PM. I am only using about one-third of my top rack for these four slabs of spareribs. Come and get itFinally, I can serve the ribs along with other side dishes at the dinner party at 5 PM.