1. Remove pork ribs from the packaging and pat dry with paper towels. Spray the aluminum tray with nonstick spray or rub with oil. Remove silver skin from the backside of ten ribs. This will help the rub get into the meat easier. Leaving it on also makes the ribs tougher to bite once cooked. Place ribs in the aluminum tray.
2. 1Sprinkle some of the rub on the back of the pork ribs. Rub and press it in to really get the meat to absorb the flavor. The rack I was working with was rather big so I cut in half to fit inside the aluminum tray. Flip the ribs over and season the other side. Put as much of the seasonings as will stick to the ribs, don't worry about the stuff that falls off. Cover the tray with aluminum foil.