Take ribs out of wrapper and drain all liquid off of the ribs and then wash in cold water. Place on cutting board and cut away any excess fat or skin from the bottom of ribs. Turn ribs with bone side up and peel the membrane from the back of the bone until all is gone. Rub your favorite pork rub on both sides of the ribs (we recommend Head Country Pork seasoning). Preheat smoker until it reaches 225 degrees and place rib bone side down in smoker. After one hour, turn the rib over with bone side up and cook for one hour. After 2 1/2 hours, depending on the color of the rib you like, pour a one inch wide strip of your favorite BBQ sauce down the length of the rib and wrap tightly in aluminum foil. Place back in smoker and check every 15 to 20 minutes to see if the rib bones separate by using your finger to pull them apart. If they pull apart with ease your ribs are done. Take out of smoker and let stand on serving platter until cool enough to eat. Total cooking time should not be more than 3 1/2 hours total.