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Unread 04-23-2009, 07:36 AM   #16
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I noticed that the camera picks up a lot more color variation and imperfections. Anyone else agree?
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I am not sure what those black/dark splotches are
depends on if you have anything above them, or, particles on the grill if you cook them meat side down.....also when trimming, trying to keep meat appearance even before will help with even appearance when completed.....just have to make sure that the ribs are not picking up any extra gunk.......tweezers......help a lot during the cooking process......
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I noticed that the camera picks up a lot more color variation and imperfections. Anyone else agree?
I always see more faults in the box through the lens than looking at the box directly. Why that should be, I have no idea, but I've taken to snapping a quick picture of the box before turn-in so I can see if I've missed anything that the camera shows.
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