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fire help

PooterPooter Posts: 28
edited 6:36AM in EggHead Forum
Just finished an all night cook of a butt, had to reload lump to cook ribs, a lot of smoke, how long before I can put the ribs on?

Thanks in advance

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  • BENTEBENTE Posts: 8,337
    until the smoke runs clear to blue.. all that white smoke you see tastes like sh!t

    happy eggin

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  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,802
    Until there's no smoke or just a hint of blue.
  • if you are placing new lump onto already hot coals you should be clear to cook in 10 to 15 minutes. however as previously posted, do wait until the smoke changes from the acrid white smoke to the desirable colorless or slightly blue smoke.
  • Hopefully you caught all the drippings from the butt cook in a pan otherwise it is going to take a LONG time to burn off all that fat from the lump.
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