Cola Spare Ribs with BBQ Beans


Cola marinated Spare Ribs cooked “low and slow” on the grill and then served with a side of Barbeque Beans makes for some real good eatin’. And, it’s real easy to do as shown by one of the BBQ Pit Boys!

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46 replies
  1. Curtis Fogleman
    Curtis Fogleman says:

    Did u guys have to add ny more coals during cooking??? I know u had at least half a bag when u started…it would help us if u would show us the coal process before cooking!!! Thanx!!

  2. Stephen Lee
    Stephen Lee says:

    nice marinade gadget, like the ability to turn it upside down. One problem I have noticed on several of the videos is that you are using a metal (aluminum presumed) pot to make your marinades. Im not for too many of those yuppie, health goodie ideas but I do try to follow the no vinegar in the metal pots directive. I find that it does impact the flavor slightly. Try some cheap plastic tubs, bowls for anything that requires acidic items in the marinade.

  3. BBQ Pit Boys
    BBQ Pit Boys says:

    there is one simple rule when you "low and slow" barbecue. Always make twice as much as you think you need. What's leftover is yours, and that's called Pitmaster privilege.

  4. truetoevelyn
    truetoevelyn says:

    Seen this video last week and bought all the ingredients and marinated for 3 hours and cooked it for 4 hours and didn't even get to enjoy it. It was all gone before I was done barbecuing the other food. All I got to enjoy was the the leftover sauce.

  5. BBQ Pit Boys
    BBQ Pit Boys says:

    it could..! The more you marinade, the more you change the flavor and texture of the meat. "More" does not always equal "better", as in most things in life..! Experiment. -BBQ Pit Boys

  6. TrueGripJiuJitsu
    TrueGripJiuJitsu says:

    Have u ever use a real smoker or grill…who the hell boils BBQ…Dude…you should be deleted from youtube just for suggesting it…I dont think im the only one that feels that way here…

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  8. Scott Walton
    Scott Walton says:

    Sorry irwinpaul666, you CAN put ribs on a grill raw and they can be moist and tender! You gotta smoke them at 220 to 250 degrees for about 4 hours. No need to do any of that crappy boiling or oven baking. Live fire cooking is where it's at!


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