Originally Posted by deguerre
I do my ribs in the 275~300 range. Unfoiled, no mop, no spritz and no sauce. Last couple BB cooks I did 325 which made some really GREAT pig honey on them.
I do mine at 220 the same way.
Takes about 3 to 3 1/2 hrs to get them just where I want them.
So for the lamb it might work taking my temp to 230 to 235 to get the same results your getting!!
The kamado I have, and I believe it's because the way it's insulated, I need to keep my temps lower to get the same results as others do depending what they are smoking on.
I hope that makes sense,
And thanks for taking the Time to answer my questions!!
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