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Baby Back Rib Help Needed - Adjustable Rig Cook with Guru
Hello folks - doing baby backs today for the first time with my new adjustable rig and also using the BBQ guru for the first time. My previous rib endeavors were at grid level, no rack, bone side down at a dome temp between 250 and 275. I'll be doing the same thing just higher now with the grid on top of the rig so the ribs will be about six inches higher in the dome. Here are my questions:
1. What grid temp should I set the guru for? I'm thinking 225-250 because I'm guessing that's what my grid temp range the old way probably was?
2. What timing works best for you? I've used 3-1-.5 and been pretty pleased but also wondered if it should be more like 2.5-1-1 to make the ribs more firm
3. What wood do you prefer - Seems like fruit wood is the most popular on the forum.