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Cooking times will vary slightly depending on how they were trimmed, amount of meat etc.
Whatever method you choose take copious notes and then make small adjustments along the way. Jumping from turbo to 3-2-1 to a low and slow for 5 hours will only make it harder to perfect your own personal method. Get yourself a food diary and make note of things like rack weight, perpetration, cooking temperature and cooking time. As soon as you’re finished eating, note what you liked and disliked while it’s fresh in your memory. Do this for a couple cooks and you will have a baseline from which you can branch out and experiment with. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />