Originally Posted by crd26a
Do the parsley across the box so it holds the ribs up. Also, turn the ribs facing up versus showing the sides. The bottom and top both look a little burnt on the outside, so if you did a 4 x 4 stack of ribs, four bottom, four top, bones towards the back but exposed, you could hide those two on the bottom row.
Stacking works better on spare ribs than it does for baby back ribs. The curved bones can be troublesome when trying the stacked presentation that EVERY spare cooker does these days.
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