RIBS OVEN HEATING Wrap ribs in foil and place in oven at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
The internal temperature should reach 165 degrees.
The sauce may be placed on the ribs before wrapping, after they are removed from the oven, or both. GRILL On charcoal or gas grill, place ribs curved side down.
It is best to use medium heat with no flame touching the ribs.
Turn the ribs over after three to four minutes.
Repeat until ribs have been on each side twice, lightly basting each side before the second rotation.
Heat to an internal temperature of 165 degrees.
All grills are different, so cooking times may vary slightly. MICROWAVE Keep ribs in the container provided and reheat on medium power until hot.
An internal temperature of 165 degrees is recommended. BRISKET, SLICED & PULLED PORK OVEN HEATING After blending in a portion of the BBQ sauce with the meat in an oven safe dish,
bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until the meat reaches 165 degrees. MICROWAVE Keep the meat in the black container with the clear lid that is provided.
Fluff the meat (with BBQ sauce added) so that it is not packed too tightly.
Heat for two minutes per pound on high.
Using tongs, turn the meat over and continue to heat in 30 second intervals
until steaming hot or a temperature of 165 degrees is reached.
Be careful, as the meat dries out easily when using a microwave.