Well, it actually felt like SPRING today for the first time in about a year....that farking wind FINALLY died down and it was 60! So, cooked some beef backs on a 26.75" Weber. Ha- they look pretty small in that big boy.
It was my first try at using the minion circle method, or whatever it's called. I was happily surprised at how steady the temp stayed at 215. I've never cooked that low before but had decided to let the kettle stay wherever it landed, if it was a good enough temp.
So, it stayed at ~ 215 for ~6 hours w/o no vent adjustment.
I just salted/peppered the ribs, then sauced (homemade) the last 20 mins or so. Only about 1/2 the ring of KBB was burned. Toothpick probed for doneness. Ribs came out pretty good.
Next time I get a rack of pork ribs I'll do them on the kettle instead of the WSM and see what happens. Thanks for looking.
04-08-2013 11:03 PM
I would hit those twice
Your right that huge 26.75" kettle makes them look small lol
04-08-2013 11:04 PM
Huge kettle what kettle is that and IDE hit that grub! Very nice
04-09-2013 07:42 AM
you done good gr8 job
04-09-2013 07:51 AM
Great job! I started on a kettle. Now that I'm upgrading from my COS to a monster sized pit, I can't wait to go back to a 22.5 weber for everyday use. You can do pretty much anything on those grills. I like that 26.75 though :-D
04-09-2013 07:53 AM
dang those 26.75 inch weber's look gorgeous. just wish they weren't so stinking expensive :(
04-09-2013 07:57 AM
That's inspirational, got a 26.75 on order and can't wait to play with it. I'm using a SJ until it gets here.
04-09-2013 08:00 AM
Those look great! I've never cooked, or had, beef ribs. I may have to pick some up this weekend!
Big George's BBQ
04-09-2013 08:54 AM
Great cook You can go 225 or even higher Keep on smokin
04-09-2013 11:24 AM
Nice cook, the ribs look great!
I just missed out on a 26"er last week on CL for $75. Luckily I found that 18" WSM to hold me over. :grin: