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Baby Back/Tenderloin

edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I'm getting ready to smoke both and This is my first time. Can you say GREEN, That is me. I have a few question:[p]1) At what temp. do I need to keep my smoker at.
2) How long to I need smoke each.
3) I'm looking for a injector, not for these but other projects, Where can I get one that is pretty cheap. (Wal-Mart or KMart)[p]I already have the beverage of Choice for the days events.[p]Any other suggestions that you can give would be helpful. Thanks to everyone. This is a great site for beginners and experts to get together and help this great past time.

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  • ChiefChief Posts: 154
    Double J,
    Welcome newbie....Char Woody gave me this site yesterday and it will answer all your questions. Get ready to read and learn about BBQ.
    www.dannybbq.com
    Hope your drink of choice quinches your thirst.

  • Chief,[p]My friend BUD always does. Thanks for the site. I will check it out.

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    Double J, I have never tried to both together, but based on the method selected for doing the ribs it should work. [p]Ribs - 3 hours at 325-350 degrees. This was my first attempt at ribs. I found the method on Tim's site. [p]Tenderloin - about 37 minutes at 350 degrees. The polder read 165 degrees when it was removed from the BGE.[p]The ribs were done indirect and the tenderloin was done direct - you might consider going direct the last 40 minutes on both or possible keep shielding the ribs and doing the tenderloin direct. Sounds like a great combination. Good luck![p]Lnks to pictures:
    Rib link - http://yyyz.net/bge/Picture04.asp
    Tenderloin - http://yyyz.net/bge/Picture09.asp

  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,295
    Double J,
    Welcome! I assume you mean pork tenderloin??? They do very nicely cooked at 350-375 direct over the coals. Flip every 15 minutes or so until polder reads 145-155. [p]Several ways to cook ribs. The recipe section has several ideas for cooking ribs. TimM's website is the information I had for my first babybacks, and they were great. 225-250 direct for 3-4 hours, or 275-300 indirect for the same amount of time will get you some good hog-sicles.[p]I got an injector at bed bath & beyond...or maybe linens and things. Any kitchen/home store should have them.[p]Enjoy your beverages and your cooking. Just yeall if you need anything.
    NB

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