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Unread 07-04-2012, 11:45 PM   #604
El Ropo
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Don't have an Akorn, but have never had an issue getting a nice ring. 2 things I do is put the meat on cold so it stays below 140 for a bit longer, and start the cook off at a cooler temp (250ish) for first hour or so in attempt to develop a ring, and get some smoke in the meat, then crank up heat to 300-325 for the rest of the cook.

It only takes 4 hours or less to cook st louis cut spares using the above method. Loin backs are done closer to 3 hours.
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