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Well tonight's meal was a late one. Ate at 9. Put one rack of ribs on the egg at 3:15 this afternoon. Followed Car Wash Mike's recipe, except for the spraying of apple juice and apple cider vinegar. Bumped the egg up in temperature after 3 hours. At about 5 hours they still didn't shrink a whole lot, and they didn't bend enough, so I bumped the egg up to 325 and mopped them and let them on for another 30 minutes. Pulled them off after 6 hours. SWMBO was not the fond of this batch, they seemed grislely, and they still weren't quite fall off the bone. Fall off isn't a huge disappointment but it almost seemed like it was a bad cut of rib. Anyone else ever had that. Not sure what I did wrong. Also if anyone has suggestions, I am all ears.
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