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Baby Backs on Small BGe

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Has anyone cooked full racks of Baby Back Ribs on a Small...technique etc.?


  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    i cut two slabs into three racks each and laid them pinwheel fashion all sort of touching at one corner in the middle. that gave me plenty of air around each one even though they were partly touching.[p]i was at a camp, so i just used a flat rock underneath the grid for my indirect barrier. if i remember correctly, i think i had my homemade raised grid with me, and that's what the ribs sat on over the stone. they were spares, and went 6 hours at 250

    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    I don`t remember who it was...but..someone posted a pic a while back of a rack rolled up and stood on end in a small egg....don`t know how well they came out either...but it can be done..[p]Wess

  • tripmactripmac Posts: 17
    I have done that on my large with pretty good success. It seems to cook faster than flat or standing.[p]Trip

  • tripmac,[p]How tight do you roll them? Do you need to keep it loose so that air can equally get to the whole rib?
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