Originally Posted by moparman33952
@helljack PLEASE accept my humble apology I didn't mean it the way that it came out by no means at all. but when one asks me if I'm complaining about something when I was merely posting my results and looking for suggestions and in the same sentence they go on to ask why are you destroying your rig with lump/charcoal it kinda offended me and yes I did take it the wrong way, coupled with a couple very bad days at work I'm not trying to make excuses at all once again I apologize to you and everyone here
I do value your advise as well as everyone's here on the forum and have learned alot from you and everyone here
not to change the subject by no means I read a thread you had written about smoking ribs I forget the name of it but I truly enjoyed reading it and gained alot of good info from it and want to try it at some point.
So once again I ask you to accept my apology I truly didn't mean the way it came out and apologize
No need to apologize, it happens. Everyone has a different way of "speaking" as well as "interpretation of written words" and I understand that.
Your burn times BEFORE identifying your original issue are REALLY good considering you're using Lump/Charcoal (that's what I was originally trying to say). Just never heard of anyone using that fuel type in the size of rig you're using (hence MY comment).
Mike "The Legend" Mills, 17th Street BBQ, 69 competitions entered, 64 1st place wins. Me personally, when he spoke, I shut up and listened. He's a great person to talk to and very open and more than willing to tell you anything you want to know about how to smoke some baby back ribs.He's got a book out available on amazon and barnes and noble, worth the read if you can find an electronic version of it, not so much for the recipes (which include his famous ribs and exactly how he cooks them) but moreso just for the conceptual smoking information that you can derive from it.