The Best Backyard Barbecue Recipe

Summer time, and the living is easy.... that's what we like here at Guitar Life. 
So, dust off that BBQ cover, bring out the charcoal that's been hibernating from last year... it's time for food, family and fun times... it's BBQ time!
Who's the Pit Boss in your household? That BBQ master craftsman badass who's domain is the that smoky, red-hot grill that gives birth to proteins of perfection that culminates in the mouth watering meat fest for the coming afternoon hours.
You just can't beat hanging out with family and friends whilst the scent of smoke makes your neighbors' mouths water as soon as it wafts into their domain without an invitation.
Place bets on the first sauce-stained shirt, grab the old acoustic guitar and play some tunes whilst the flames of the BBQ reflect off the polished wood of your axe.
Grab a beverage of your choice my friend, let the festival of meat begin.
To help you on your way of becoming the Pit Boss Aficionado that you were born to become, here are the best kept BBQ recipe secret that will have your friends begging you to be the Pit Boss at their own BBQ. Enjoy.


Chinatown Ribs

Yes, Chinese food is good, real good. But you've never experienced the way they taste when cooked with the smoke of good old Uncle Sam's charcoal.
This is how to give them a King Fu Chop full of east meets west flavor:
Grab 1/2 cup hoisin sauce, 3 tablespoons dark brown sugar, 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger2 tablespoons honey, 1 teaspoon granulated garlic and 1 tablespoon five-spice powder. Mix with 1 teaspoon red food coloring in a metal, non-reactive bowl.
Pour this concoction in a large zip-top bag. Make sure you leave half a cup of these finger licking marinade for basting those rips later.
Add 2 racks spare ribs (8 to 10 pounds, St. Louis-style work awesome), and slice individually into single ribs into the bag and marinate. For heavens sake, leave refrigerated for the bare minimum of 3 hours, though longer is better and overnight will rock these ribs to the core!
Fire up the pit and make sure it is hot, not Mordor hot, like 275 degrees F!
Take out the ribs from the marinade and chuck onto the grill. Grill that MOFO until the ribs are very tender. Make sure you baste with the reserved marinade 3 times during the cooking process, 2 to 3 hours.
At the end, drizzle those bad-boy ribs with honey,pit some more charcoal on those flames and quickly char each rib to caramelize.
You are officially a pit boss. Make sure you get yourself a Put Boss apron to look the real deal!
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