Step 1: Put your ribs in the crockpot. Lather them with bbq sauce. You can use a homemade sauce or a store-bought bottle. If you are going store-bought I recommend using Kraft Kansas City Barbecue Sauce. Just remember to save a little bit for later. You'll need about 1 cup of sauce in the slow cooker for each rack of ribs.
Step 2: Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Step 3: Gently remove the racks and lay them out on a foil lined baking tray. Add more bbq sauce on top.
Step 4: Broil under a broiler for 3-5 minutes until the bbq sauce starts to bubble and caramelize. Alternately you could wrap them in foil and throw them on a heated grill for the same effect. I sometimes do this for crowds and picnics. This keep the ribs warm until ready to eat and makes it easy to pass out portions.
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