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Babyback question

FurallFurall Posts: 103
edited September 2012 in EggHead Forum
 First off let me introduce myself. My name is Jason (furall) and I have had my egg almost a month. I am in the process of doing some ribs and have a question. My target temp was 325 and something came up and I had to leave for 40 minutes. When I returned it was 380. I have it under control now but my question is. If I intend to cook for one more hour at 325 does anyone have any idea what the internal temp of the ribs should be? That was confusing let me restate this. If cooked at 325 for 2 hours what should the ribs be sitting at temperature wise? Anyone have a decent guess?


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