Heat up the solution in a large pot. Be sure to dissolve all salt and spices.
Put your ribs in the non-reactive container.
Cover the ribs with the salt solution.
Use enough brine to immerse the ribs completely.
Brine your ribs for two hours at a cool temperature below 40 degrees Fahrenheit
Proceed to apply your spice rub and grill!
A dry rub requires only a mix of the above ingredients and a thorough application.
After mixing the above ingredients, rub the spice mixture well into all outside portions of the meat.
Some cooks perform a spice rub for up to ten minutes.
This helps to maximize the flavor distribution of these spices.
After applying the rub, let your ribs rest for ten minutes before proceeding.
The result is a more flavorful and complete meal.
After applying a brine and dry rub to your ribs, they’re ready to grill.
Place ribs directly on grill with tongs.
Cover and grill over indirect medium heat for 30 minutes on each side.
After the first hour, move the ribs to direct medium heat and cook for 40 minutes on each side.
The ribs should become tender at this stage
Occasionally turn the ribs and baste with a barbecue sauce per preference.
Test the ribs to ensure an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit, or by using a toothpick.
Once tender and at temperature, remove the ribs and let them rest for ten minutes to complete the cooking process.
Baste again with sauce, if you prefer.
To serve country-style beef ribs, split up the portions of meat into manageable sections.
Use a sharp chef knife and cut into two-bone portions, ensuring that your cut is as close to the bone as possible.
This ensures that there’s a lot of meat on each cut.
When serving, you can provide a dipping sauce like barbecue to enhance the flavor.