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Overnight cooking

edited 12:41AM in EggHead Forum
I'm new at this. What is your setup for cooking long hours (overnight) at 200 - 250 degrees ?


  • nikkignikkig Posts: 514
    When we do pulled pork overnight we have from bottom up: grid sitting on fire ring, drip pan, grid, pork. Some people will use fire bricks or plate setters (feet up)for extra mass.[p]~nikki

  • PonchoPoncho Posts: 49
    I use a platesetter upside down, drip pan on plate setter, grid over drip pan and platesetter.[p]Poncho

  • Mike in MNMike in MN Posts: 546
    Im also place a pizza stone under the drip pan for more mass. It can't hurt.[p]Mike in MN

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