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3 -6 racks baby backs indirect with plate setter method
Any good ideas on doing 3-6 racks baby backs indirectly. Any method would be helpful. Have done plate setter method with good results on 2 racks. Need more ribs, Superbowl party.
Go to the bbq store on line (link below) and order one. They hold 5 or 6 racks and you can have them over night it to you to be there before you need it Sunday.
JSlot has a method that will do the trick for you. He does 10-12 pounds of ribs at a time.
Here is a picture of JSlot cooking his ribs at Eggtoberfest 99.
Good suggestions so far, but you can also roll up each rack with butcher's twine & cook them with the bones placed vertically. JCA
J Appledog,[p]Here is a pic of how that looks......[p]I used skewers in this pic...but twine will work.[p]
Stogie, I want to try that bologna! JCA
Julie...[p]Funny about that bologna. We do several local BBQ Festivals and this proves to be the hit of the day. People will crowd around our booth to watch...so of course I make a big deal out of it!! Lots of fun![p]Once it is served....gone in minutes![p]
nice illustration. A suggestion on the text. It says trim bones are off to the right....but it looks like the trim bones on the left, and the ribs on the right. Eh?[p]Could just be me!
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