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Backyard Baby Back Ribs

18.5 hrs to make • Serves 8


2 full racks Baby back pork, ribs


1/4 cup Garlic powder
2 tbsp Thyme, ground


1/3 cup Honey
1/3 cup Ketchup
1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

Baking & Spices

9 6 tablespoons rub number
1 tbsp Allspice
1 1/4 cups Brown sugar, dark
3 1/8 tsp Cayenne
3/4 cup Chili powder
1 Kosher salt
1/2 cup Margarita mix


1 tsp Espresso powder or instant coffee, powder
1/2 cup Orange juice
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