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Overnight cook temperature question

HooterHooter Posts: 124
edited January 2012 in EggHead Forum

Been cooking on the BGE for 15 years, have done a slew of overnight cooks and now have "the question" for the first time.  I made the mistake of going to bed with the dome therm saying 210 and rising, with a BBQ guru set up for 275.  Checked at 6:00 am this morning and dome was at 200.  Meat is 123.  I don't have a schedule or anything so I can ramp up the temp and cook for another 10 hours if necessary.  Do ya'll think the meat is ok?  Outside temperature has been around 40. 

Cheers,

Scott

Comments

  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,766

    The egg temp stayed well above the safe range so you should be fine. At this point you are making a huge hunk of jerky  :-)

     

    Bump the temp and finish the cook.

  • HooterHooter Posts: 124
    Thanks Crimsongator.  Got it ramped up to about 260 now. 
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