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Platesetter and temp change.

Have had the plate setter in for about 90 minutes minutes and want to take out to sauce up some turbo ribs. Would the temperature change to 12°F (-11°C) air be enough of a shock to crack this thing?
LBGE (2012), MiniMax (2014), and too many Eggcessories to list.  - Sudbury, Ontario

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  • No, I usually drop mine into the snow when I pull it out hot. Where are you at that it's that cold?

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Greeno55Greeno55 Posts: 621
    Thanks!! I'm a few hours north of Toronto. We're getting a few days of reminder that winter is coming before it warms up again this weekend.
    LBGE (2012), MiniMax (2014), and too many Eggcessories to list.  - Sudbury, Ontario
  • I'm an hour and a bit north of TO in Caledon. Whereabouts are you?

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Greeno55Greeno55 Posts: 621
    In Sudbury
    LBGE (2012), MiniMax (2014), and too many Eggcessories to list.  - Sudbury, Ontario
  • Ok. Understand. Brrrrrr!

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Greeno55Greeno55 Posts: 621
    edited November 2012
    Yup. Spend a lot of time not too far from you in Brampton!! Can be quite the temp swing. >> On another note, for those who really don't care where we live. Made turbo baby backs for the first time. Usually opt for the low and slow. Based on my reading here, I went with 250° indirect for about 80 minutes, when they passed the bend test, then 10 over the fire saucing them up. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants ribs, but doesn't have 6 hours to wait. Give it a try, they're not fall off the bone by any stretch, but still quite moist, and nothing like you would expect from cooking them so fast.
    LBGE (2012), MiniMax (2014), and too many Eggcessories to list.  - Sudbury, Ontario
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