\nCOLA SPARE RIBS WITH BBQ BEANS\n\nCOLA SPARE RIBS WITH BBQ BEANS\nCola marinated Spare Ribs cooked "low and slow" on the grill and then served with a side of Barbeque Beans makes for some real good eatin'. And, it's real easy to do as shown by one of the BBQ Pit Boys!\nTHE INGREDIENTS YOU'LL NEED:\n\n\tPork Spare Ribs - 5 lbs\n\tChilli Sauce - 12 oz\n\tDry Mustard - 2 tablespoons\n\tCayenne Pepper - 1 teaspoon\n\tBrown Sugar - 1 cup\n\tCoca Cola - 16 oz\n\tBlack Pepper - 2 tablespoons, freshly ground\n\tKetchup - 24 oz\n\nDIRECTIONS\n1) Remove the connective tissues from the spare rib slab and trim on sides a little bit. Score the meat membrane and place on a roasting pan.\n2) In a mixing bowl, combine the ketchup,cola, chilli sauce, mustard, cayenne, brown sugar and black pepper. Mix thoroughly.\n3) Pour the marinade over the meat, cover and let it marinate for about 2-4 hours inside the refrigerator.\n4) Save the marinade in a black iron pan and place the pan over direct heat. Let it simmer for 10-15 minutes by bringing to a boil.\n5) Meanwihle, sprinkle some pepper rub on the meat on both sides.\n6) Place the rib on the indirect heat area and barbecue for 4 hours at 250-300F temperature by covering with lid.\n7) Add some wood to give a smokey flavor to the ribs within an hour of cooking. Baste meat with saved sauce after 2 hours of cooking.\n8) Store some amount of sauce in a bowl and add precooked beans to the remaining. Place over direct heat. Cover and cook for remaining hours.\n9) Transfer the rib on a wooden platform and cut in pieces.\n10) Serve by spreading the stored sauce. Add macaroni salad, baked potato and barbecued beans on side.