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Unread 02-24-2013, 10:50 AM   #1
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Rookie-like question, but I have been cooking only spares for some time and today I am venturing over to some Baby Backs - what are some rules of thumb on the cooking times or test for doneness?
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Mine cook a little quicker. Pullback isn't as much, but the bend and toothpick tests still work. Less time in foil if you use any.
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I usually foil (spares at least) and planned to wrap for about an hour today. We will see.
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Usually your looking at a hour less than spares but there are a ton of variables. Temp of cooker, fat content etc. I would guess about 4 hours. I put mine on at 11a.m. looking at around 3 o'clock I'm thinking will bend test before saucing
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What are you cooking them on? I am cooking mine on my Akorn. Usually between 275-300*F. I don't foil mine. I get mine at Sam's and they have a lot of meat on them. I take mine off a little early because I am holding them. I also have to cut them in half to get them to fit.
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UDS, probably around 250. The racks I got are pretty thin (store was picked over), so they should cook fast.
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