Hey gang...I`m getting ready to do some spares for some friends and was wondering what adjustments to make to the gfw process....first off, we got 2 full slabs, over 8# of spares, and my master plan was to do the 3/1/1.5 method however where the method is explained it always refers to babybacks and typically spares take longer than B/B...what time changes should be made to compensate for using spares? Also I`ve seen it used anywhere from 250 up to 350 ??
What would you recommend. They have been slathered and generously coated with JJ`s rub and will have sat in the fridge for approx. 40 hours when they hit the smoke, which will be pecan and apple wood, all this indirect over firebricks and a drip pan...my guesstimate would be 3/1.5/1.5 @ 300* and as Tim has stated, check with an instant read therm. for a internal temp of approx. 190* and I`m still undecided on wehter I will use my inverted V rack or not...[p]Thanks in advance..[p]Wess