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Instead of marinating in beer, wine or other liquid, try a dry rib rub. The rub will add flavor, improve texture and keep the natural moisture of the meat in balance. Work the rub into the ribs and let it sit as directed in the recipe. Barbecue or cook without using any basting liquids (you can serve sauces on the side if desired). Make up packages of dry rubs to give as gifts for the grilling gurus in your life!
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