Grilled Orange Honey Ribs can be made in a smoker or on the grill. They have a delicious homemade rub and are topped off with a thick glaze!
Mike C.'s original directions for the smoker:
Mix rub together and season ribs liberally after pulling skin off the back of the ribs. Throw ribs on a smoker at 300 degrees for one hour. After the first hour, wrap ribs in foil and put back on the smoker for another hour. While the ribs are cooking in the foil, in a small sauce pan, heat marmalade and honey to incorporate. At the end of the second hour, open ribs up and dress the ribs with marmalade and honey mixture. Leave the ribs exposed so the heat can caramelize the honey and marmalade to the ribs. At the end of the 3rd hour, take your ribs off the grill and remove from foil. Slice and serve with bush's bold and spicy beans to have a nice counter to the sweet ribs!