I've had a few compliments on my ribs so I'll share.
Place about 1 cup store-bought BBQ sauce for chicken or ribs (I use Heintz).
Place in a small saucepan. Add: a couple shakes of Tobasco sauce, about 1/2 cup ketchup, a few shakes of Worcestershire sauce and finally about 1 tbsp. butter. Heat to melt. After the ribs are thoroughly cooked (in the oven at 350 with about 1 cup water and covered) so that they are tender and ready to fall off the bone, take the lid off the roaster, coat them generously with the sauce and continue cooking for about a half hour uncovered. They are delicious.
I usually cook the ribs at least 2 hours or more - I like the meat to fall off the bone when I go to eat them.
My daughter's Italian boyfriend had never had ribs before and he loved them.