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  • 2nd wing cook

    Today I made chicken wings for the 2nd time. I have researched many of the ideas on this site. I put a coat of olive oil on them, a dusting of corn starch, and some chicken rub. Got the egg stabilized at 400 with raised grid. Wings were on for 30 min, turned them another 20 min, and them sauced them with 50/50 mixture of blues hog and apple juice. They went back on for 10 min to let the sauce set. The wings had a great crunch to them and the meat came clean off the bone. Very satisfied with the results!
  • 1st time rib cook. 1st post on this forum

    Hi egg heads! 

    Today I finally got to do 2 slabs of baby back ribs. My parents are KCBS master judges and I have some tough competition! So today I did my first slabs of ribs on the egg. I must say they turned out fantastic! If there was any difference in these ribs compared to other ribs I have had I must say they are so juicy! Here is how I cooked them.

    Mustard base and applied rub. Got the egg stabilized at 250 (I used the pitmaster IQ120 and held the temp within 3 deg the entire cook) Smoked the ribs with apple wood chunks for 3 hours. Applied sauce, brown sugar, and apple juice and wrapped for 1.5 hours. Then took them out of the foil another coat of sauce, and back on the grill for another half hour. 

    The ribs pull clean off the bone but do not just fall off. I must say I am so happy with the results. Thanks for all the great info on this site! You guys are great!
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