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Very nice. I'm thinking of doing something similar if the price is not too crazy. I'm sure some of my friends find my stained wood BGE table top a little grimmy looking. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
With regards to holding the cyber q, I wonder if it would be easier to mount it to a nice piece of wood which would be heavy enough not to get blown over, yet could moved around on the table. Just my 2 cents.
Enjoy it, it's a beauty
I think Fred19Flintstone might be a little jealous. :-) I would be too, if I had to wait until September 2nd for the next holiday. And worse than that, some poor people never get the thrill of running a powerfull snowblower up and down the driveway in two feet of snow. Yup, some people just have no luck at all. ;-)Fred19Flintstone said:I was thinking maybe it was "National Tune Up Your Snowblower Day" in preparation for when winter starts next month.
jccbone62 said:Wow I've never seen something like that. They look dried out. Was your temp gauge off?
DigiQ Guru and BGE thermometer were within 4F. DigiQ meat probe was broke so I used a backup and did not check it with the Thermopen. So i's possible,but improbable. Besides at the the 2 hour mark the flat of ribs were starting to twist and bow as if the meat was tensing.
I'll try to duplicate this cook this week, and double check with the Thermopen. But I kind of think it's the meat. Really odd that no one else has had a rack of ribs go into 'corkscrew contortions'.
After I took this picture, I thought it was funny looking so I'm posting it. All the chicken needed was a tie to complete his outfit. I was not trying to make a funny picture. This was just my attempt at putting rub under the skin. Couldn't find an apple so used an onion. Enjoy your cookouts today, guys.