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Cooked up some ribs yesterday, made 4 different kinds. I’m working in finding the right flavors. I’m a big fan of bark. Pics below, salt and pepper only, salt and pepper with onion powers and garlic powder, commercial all purpose rub and commercial rub with bbq sauce glazed. Interested in hearing people’s homemade rubs. 2-2-1 at around 230 using pit boss k24 Kamado :)

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They all look delish. My problem is never the flavor, I get that pretty good. If I have issues with ribs its related to the cooking process. I use salt (not too much), pepper, onion and garlic powder and brown sugar. Before I had my Kamado, I used my oven and a few times I added a tiny bit of corn syrup to the sauce and it did some magic to crisp it up which I love. It is very difficult to clean once it drips onto something and bakes in so be careful if you ever use the corn syrup. Which one of your 4 is your favorite?

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