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Unread 09-01-2013, 07:28 PM   #1
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Default What temp to cook baby backs in 3 hours on rib rack?

Subject says it all. I've seen lots about hot and fast for spare ribs but not much for baby backs, and definitely not on a rib rack. Any thoughts on what temp I should use to cook 3 racks of baby backs on a rib rack? 300?

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Unread 09-01-2013, 07:32 PM   #2
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I just did 10 pounds on a rack. 210-225 for 6 hours then 20 minutes on hot coals with sauce. Came out perfect
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They will cook faster than spares. Around 250*F and start checking for probe tender after about 2.5 - 3 hours. Are you going to foil them?
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275-280 try that and see how that works.
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I did 2 racks of baby backs yesterday in 3.5 hours at 250 so I would think 275 would get you there.
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Wow that was fast, thanks!! I'm not going to foil. I'm actually making a brisket overnight but figured might as well through on some baby backs while the brisket is resting.
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Is this a test?

275° plus er minus.....
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Yes sir, two seventy five will get it done.
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