For Fathers Day Weekend I suggest bbq pork ribs. The secret to great ribs is go low and slow. I sprinkle liberally my Tom's Original BBQ Rub on the ribs. This rub is a combination of sugar, brown sugar and salt. It's available exclusively at Trading Company Stores and the profits go the Northwest Autism Center. Let the ribs sit and marinate in their own juices for about an hour. I cook mine indirectly, meaning on a gas grill I turn one side of the grill up to high or medium high and place the ribs over the part of the grill that is not on. Place the ribs meat down and the fat side up this will let the juices seep into the meat while it slow cooks. Close the lid and let it get up to about 300 degrees. Cook for about 2 hours. Flip the ribs after about an hour 15 minutes. I also like to use apple chips soaked in water and then put in foil with holes poked in it. Place the packet over the hot fire and let it smoke your ribs.