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Those look great!! I did some ribs for my first time 2 weeks ago (using the same method that you used) and they were great!!!!!!
Looking at your ribs makes me hungry for more!! Guess I will do some next weekend!![p]AG
It doesn't take longer for 2 butts. Just figure your cooking time for 1 butt of the size you are doing.(I try to get both of them about the same size)
I have cooked 2 at a time - pulled them at 195. I wrap them in foil and then wrap them …
Pulled pork tonight!!!!
Maple Salmon last night!!
Wife's Birthday is this week and she said she would like to go out to dinner for her Birthday - but she can't stand to pay for a meal when we can make such great things at home on our EGG!!…
Mike in MN,
Thanks Mike - my neighbor is having his dept. from work over to his house for a Holiday function. He asked me if I would mind doing the PP for him. I just wanted to be sure and make sure he doesn't run short!!!!
Thanks again!!![p]AZ …
I had some sweet corn, watermelon and cantaloupe bought - but I never got the chance to get them out!!!
My youngest son was on his way to high school football practice. (he is a big lineman) My oldest son was on his way to a BBQ at hi…
I have done a few of them. As I recall, I did them indirect with a drip pan underneath (I put some white wine in the drip pan) I brushed olive oil on it and put some kosher salt on it.
I don't remember what temp I used but don't overcook i…
I gotta agree with James - try to "sneak up" on the temperature.
It took me a few times and advice on this board to figure it out!!
Use a polder and don't overcook your beef!! We usually olive oil it and kosher salt it- then go 300 degree…