I sprinkle the rub liberally on both sides of the ribs and rub it in really well. We have a propane grill that we preheated on low for about 15 minutes (we lined the rack with tin foil and used an olive oil spray to lightly coat foil to prevent sticking). Once the grill was heated we just added the ribs on and let them cook on low for an hour and a half. The last 20 minutes we used to baste our favorite BBQ sauce on both sides of the meat ( we used Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbecue Sauce)( check out their recipes on http://www.sweetbabyrays.com) We removed them from the grill and let them rest about 20 minutes and then we chowed down.
We were in such a hurry to eat that the "After " picture was actually taken today with a leftover.
approx. 3 lbs of spareribs (membrane removed)
2-3 Tbs of extra virgin olive oil (for rub)
1 bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce ( for basting the last 20 mins)
Dry Rub: 1 Tbs each
Chinese style 5 spice
McCormick's Grill Mate Smokehouse Maple
dark brown sugar