After trimming, I cut the ribs to fit into the roasting pan (Next time, cut into serving size pieces). I put some water in the bottom of the pan, added a few bay leaves, an onion, quartered, and 2 ribs of celery. Then I covered tightly with foil, and braised for 3 hours at 350 degrees, then dropped to 300 for another hour. (Next time I'll put some rub on the ribs before braising) I checked them at 4 hours and they were falling off the bone. To the point that Rod had to put foil on the grill so they didn't all fall through! I put some PC Barbecue Rub on them.
Then Rod threw them on the grill with some Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbecue Sauce.
YUM is all I have to say. Falling apart, finger-licking good ribs. Not bad with baked potatoes and Rod's special grilled corn :)
I do have to say that 20 lbs of ribs was a little much for 3 adults and V though... maybe next time I should only cook 1 slab instead of 3, as this is what was left after we devoured a ton!