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Assemble all your ingredients. Resist the urge to eat the brown sugar straight.
Whisk until the dry ingredients are completely blended. (Optional: Have a friend take awesome action shots of you doing so with an expensive camera.)
Rub your meat. Okay, now rub blended dry ingredients on your meat. Ok, now rub blended dry ingredients on the ribs.
Light coals and make sure to keep the temp around 250-300 degrees Fahrenheit, aka something-or-other degrees Celsius
Place your meat on the grill and cover. Now take it off immediately, and put the ribs on. Pat yourself on the back for back-to-back hilariously misleading penis jokes (go you!). Now cook the ribs for 2-2 1/2 hours.
Heat up the honey over the stove, then spend the rest of the time wondering how everything is now sticky
Use the paintbrush to apply honey liberally, you San Franciscan, you
Cut the ribs!
Serve and eat these things. Then go back and read the actual recipe here and realize how much better these things would've been if you followed all of the correct measurements.
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