Grilling pork, such as chops and tenderloins, is similar to grilling chicken, so you can refer to those instructions. However, if you are cooking pork ribs, you can first sear the meat to lock in juices. To begin cooking, rub the meat with a small amount of salt. Place the meat on the grill at a medium-high (350-400°F) temperature. Cook the meat for a few minutes per side to sear it. Reduce heat to a low setting (250-300° F) to cook the meat thoroughly. Cooking the ribs slowly at a low temperature will help them fall off the bone when they're ready. Ribs have the best flavor when they are cooked slowly at lower temperatures. If possible, cook them on a high or top rack. Remove the ribs from the grill when they are done, with an internal temperature of at least 160° F. For more grilling help and advice, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Videos Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
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