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ABT's and Fatties

MattMatt Posts: 143
edited 2:33AM in EggHead Forum
Hi, Gang --

Been pretty slack with the Egg this winter....but, I am pulling it out to do ABT's and a fatty today. I'm bringing the chow to a friend's house to watch some basketball later. So, I am a little rusty -- let's talk about time and temperature. If I recall, I typically cook fatties and ABT's around 250-275 dome. At this temp, how long will it take everything to cook? I am interested in pulling everything off at about the same time.

Thanks.

Matt

Comments

  • JPFJPF Posts: 591
    I did these I think around 300F indirect, can't recall the time but I would guess a 1.5 to 2 hours. The abt's will be fine going a little longer to wait for the fattie to get ready.
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  • MattMatt Posts: 143
    Thanks -- is your setup inverted plate setter with drip pan? That's my standard.

    Matt
  • MattMatt Posts: 143
    Anybody else have a data point or two for me...?

    Matt
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    That's how I do it Matt.Inverted platesetter,drip pan,indirect 300 dome.usually 1.5 hrs maybe a little longer depending on the size of the fattie.Hope it helps. :)
  • JPFJPF Posts: 591
    yep sometimes I just make a drip pan out of heavy duty foil
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