For pit temps, I'm usually looking at a range from around 270-300ish. For brisket/butts/ribs etc. I'm not monitoring IT. For pork loin, prime rib, etc. I do monitor temps. I don't monitor temps for those cuts obsessively, but I would probably monitor more closely if I were catering or something like that. For chix, I pretty much know when it's done, but I'll still stick it with the Thermapen just to confirm
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