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Old Yesterday, 07:02 PM   #1
Willowe1980
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Default Hanging Ribs on New (to me) Cooker

Finally a nice weekend. After a few dry runs, I went all in on some ribs. The new cooker performed perfectly. Temps stayed between 220 and 235. Smooth as silk to operate. Truly was a day of firsts. First time using wood that I cut and seasoned (apple), first time smoking ribs on this cooker, first time hanging ribs, first time using my new "Smoke" thermometer. Greatest takeaway, I am blown away on how stable the temps stayed. I switched to stickburning last year but was using Home Depots bagged Hickory. I've turned out good stuff with that fuel but was always fighting temps. Overall, good day.
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Old Yesterday, 07:07 PM   #2
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Old Yesterday, 07:10 PM   #3
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Looking Mighty fine for Ceciltucky.
I haven't made good ribs in a long time. Thanks for the Pics!
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