Originally Posted by bmanMA
i'd look to do a row of 4 with another row of 4 partially stacked.
That's tough with baby backs because of the curved bones, but if they will fit I would go with 5 and 5. 4 across looks too small in the box.
As far as cutting, flip the rack over so you can see the bones and then carefully clean up the glaze on each rib before you put it in the box. It's time consuming, but once you get the hang of it you can get 6 or 7 (or sometimes
ribs out of the same rack. That give you a better presentation.