Originally Posted by landarc
Nice, but, you can get more bark and still wrap. Work with appearance over internal temperatures. To get a better bark, cook unwrapped until the bark is set and dark, almost to the color you want it to be when done. Then wrap and cook until probe tender. You will get a darker, better built bark that way.
Yep! I never wrap based in internal temp. I wait for the bark to be the color that I like. You bark is very light in color because it was wrapped too soon.
BTW, sharpen your knife!
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