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Unread 02-19-2014, 03:25 PM   #16
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Sorry I had to bail in the middle of this yesterday... Something came up. No I haven't tried rib racks, but I might. I'm always open to new ideas, but as of yet I haven't tried anything that works any better. This is by far not my original idea. An old timer taught me this years ago when I was stationed in Oklahoma.

The thing is though that the last couple of years I've been getting more into the "Q"... The science and techniques and what-not..

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Southern Soul BBQ in Georgia does this. He explains it a little on Triple D.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZrLbwXVCYo
To each their own. He knows the finished product he wants and knows how to get it there. For me personally I'm not opening the cooker that much. But hey, the next BBQ restaurant I open will be my first.
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I've stacked ribs on the kettle. IMO better to stack and shuffle than make only what can fit one layer.
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I will stack when I get the color I want and the ribs are not quite done I may try it with the racks like in clw's post if I need more room.
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I've stacked as many as 3 racks on top of one another while doing an indirect cook on a gas grill.
Figured they tenderized each other.
I usually don't do that many racks at the same time anymore.
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This is rack'n.. then stack'n!

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I might try that sometime, I never worry about loseing heat since the cookers I have are made out of heavy steel,
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