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Baby Backs in Progress

edited 2:21AM in EggHead Forum
Well - I got the BGE yesterday and this morning went out to get a couple items to start my 1st cook on the BGE. I found one of those disposable grills which I placed right on top of the main grid to use as a drip pan. On top of that is a smaller grill where I placed 1 rack of baby backs cut in half. I'm using some mesquite wood chips that soaked for about 30 mins and apple juice in the drip pan. Currently, I am in the middle of the 3 - 1 - 1 1/2 method that I found right here on these forums. I'm on the last part of the cook now. Dome temp is hovering between 225 and 250. I'm going to let it go another 45 mins indirect and then direct for another 45 mins. I'll start my basting in the last 30 mins and turn a few times. Soon, I'll be able to let you all know if they are a success! Peace out.[p]scarrier

Comments

  • Vegas SlimVegas Slim Posts: 166
    scarrier, stop!! your making me very hungry!!! let us know how they were

  • Vegas Slim,
    Man..These were delicious. I let them go about 6 hours but next time I'm going to stop right at 5 1/2 . They were not rough or dried out at 6 but I like them just a tad juicer. [p]Cooking burgers tonight![p]scarrier

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