Okay, I've tried it twice on my own now and failed both times, dumping racks of baby back ribs into the trash that were tough, chewy, and basically inedible. Maybe I should give up on doing them on the grill, but ribs are summer food in my mind and I can't bear running the oven all day when it's miserable outside. I'd much rather use the grill and do the whole meal out there.
I've followed different recipes, listened to tons of advice, and I still achieve the same miserable results. Before I give up forever on this effort - and I'd really like to be able to do this, because I'm a big fan of food you can just let cook all day and it tastes wonderful with little effort - can someone please give me some simple ways to guarantee tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs.