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I am slow cooking some ribs at around 300 -- okay, so mid slow anyway. :laugh: Do these have to be flipped at all? They're bone side down right now. Thanks.
I never flip my ribs but usually never go above 250. should be fine without the flip
I don't flip my ribs be it Spare, country and Never done Baby or beef. I smoke my spares bone side down as well.
Here is my country ribs
Here are my spares
I would say as long as you are using the placesetter. no need to flip. but be sure nothing is haning over the sides. Probably 3-4 hrs this way.
Nice looking pictures there!! I am doing mine on about 275-300, mostly 275, because of time contraints. Hope they turn out as good as your look!!
Thanks Steel head
Here is how the entire cook went if you want to see.
Here is even a better post including grinding the trimmings and making sausage then smoking a fattie
Car Wash Mike
I use a rack fer a few slabs...but if you don't rack it, I wouldn't flip em....I usually do mine 225-250 then after they are done, I wrap em and sprinkle em w/ brown sugar and honey then put back on fer another hour..
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Are you using a rib rack or laying them down flat? You got bb backs or spares or what? :huh:
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NICE pic's! Keepem coming
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