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New Traeger and Baby Back Ribs

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its been a while, weve said our hail marys and are back!!! we are trying the 3-2-1 method in the new Traeger Texas and are almost done.... I have noticed the temps on the digital readout really vary.  Im in the Phoenix AZ area so its not freezing yet but at a 225* setting the readout rises up to 266... is that normal?

 

also the instructions said 5 lbs of baby back pork ribs for 3-2-1= 6 hrs... if I do 10 lbs will the time change? 

 

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we are trying the 3-2-1 method in the new Traeger Texas and are almost done.... I have noticed the temps on the digital readout really vary.  Im in the Phoenix AZ area so its not freezing yet but at a 225* setting the readout rises up to 266... is that normal?  You may need to check calibration on the thermometer.  They can really be off -- even when brand new.

 

also the instructions said 5 lbs of baby back pork ribs for 3-2-1= 6 hrs... if I do 10 lbs will the time change?  No. 

 


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Don't forget the camera!

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For Baby Backs I use the 2-2-1 method with some adjustment for my personal taste.

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hows that? 

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