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Danny C


Danny C
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  • These are shoulder cut, so I'm guessing a lower temp slow cook. If they cook around 250, would that be too hot? They are normal thickness of country style ribs, so how long would it take? I "should" be able to have maybe 4 hours available to cook…
  • Ribmonster, And here I am thinking that I was the only one to try using a torch to get a quick fire!! :-) I did it when I was out of cubes and the electric starter (piece of (your choice of explatives)) dind't work. I got a quick fire going and …
  • Mr Beer, Thanks! I'll check it out.[p]Danny
  • The Naked Whiz, I just cooked one yesterday that was nearly 5 lbs. I put it on and set the temp at 300, but I when my time was limited, so after about 45 minutes or so, I kicked up the temp to 350 - 375 range. Total time was about 1 hour 45 minut…
  • Zip, Thanks! The only problem I see with the receipe is that you mentioned using canned peaches... LOL There are literally 1,000's of acres of peach orchards within minutes of my home. I think I'll replace the canned ones with fresh picked ones…
  • Char-Woody, Ok, I know about all the indirect methods you mentioned with the exception of the one Zip came up with. Got any more info on that?[p]Thanks[p]Danny
  • GaDawg, I Just couldn't resist the opportunity to say "Go Jackets!!!" BBBUUUUUUZZZZZZZZZZZ :-)[p]Danny
  • J. Wilson, My local dealer has the Non-sliding daisy wheel for $29.
  • J. Wilson, I have a small egg and so far I love it. After the first several times using it, I have figured out the combination to pretty much pin point the temp that I want. My only reservation is in the limitation of the size meats that you can …