Crazy Good and Simple Roasted Lamb Ribs

This is my favorite way to make lamb ribs; it works with Denver ribs, short ribs, riblets, or any other. I use another sheet pan to cover the meat during cooking, but you could use aluminum foil.

3-4 lbs. of ribs, depending on how many people you're feeding (I find that each of us can devour one rack of Denver ribs)
Salt and pepper

Lay the meat on a sheet pan, fat side up, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover the pan, and roast at 300f for about two hours, until everything is looking delicious and tender.

Remove the cover, and carefully pour off excess fat (if any), reserving for later use.

Raise the heat to 375f, and let the ribs roast for about twenty more minutes, checking frequently, or until they are perfectly crispy to your liking.