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BIG RACK - Page 4

post #61 of 78
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Thanks woodcutter. They are all gone now. Lol
post #62 of 78
SorryII'm real late for the party. .. ribs look great C!
post #63 of 78
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Better late than never. Lol.

Thanks Mikey.
post #64 of 78

I'm Late again!!!

You guys all play too late for me!! Way past my bedtime!!

 

The Ribs look Great, Farmer!!!

 

I'm a foiler too, but you gotta try both ways to find out which way you like best.

 

 

You ate them ALL by yourself?!?!

 

 

Bear

post #65 of 78
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Thanks bear.

The wife helped eat them.

I didn't foil these. But I do want to try foil sometime.
post #66 of 78
Can't see the fat in the pics, but they do look fantastic. Nice job
post #67 of 78
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Originally Posted by SmokinHusker View Post

Can't see the fat in the pics, but they do look fantastic. Nice job

Thank you ma'am.
post #68 of 78
Fat and all, they looked great Adam! I'm a non foiler so was glad to see you let them go without foil!
post #69 of 78
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Thanks Dirt.

I have not foiled a rack yet.

I want to try it thou.
post #70 of 78
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

Thanks Dirt.

I have not foiled a rack yet.

I want to try it thou.

You need to try it with a (holey) diffuser first Adam. 

post #71 of 78

Late to the thread but I am really impressed by those ribs. You are moving me to try without foil just to compare.

 

Disco

post #72 of 78
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Thanks Disco.

I suggest you try no foil.
post #73 of 78
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Originally Posted by FWIsmoker View Post
 

You need to try it with a (holey) diffuser first Adam. 

 

 

What size?  Like a 18".

post #74 of 78
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post
 

 

 

What size?  Like a 18".

I believe that's like an 14" pan... it's the one i've used in the UDS and now the Jimmy. It just needs to be as big as your basket is.  Now i need to use this one as a template to drill another one out. 

post #75 of 78

I know I am late to the party but I vote no foil as well. :biggrin:

 

Did some ribs this weekend all four racks were around 4.5 lbs took 7 hours unfoiled. I think you may have needed to render out a bit more of that fat.

post #76 of 78
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Mine took 5 hours.   

 

Maybe I should have tried a lower temp, but they were still good.

post #77 of 78

Yeah they looked a bit blackend, but heck if I had your time constraints going I would have gone the higher temp route as well. Other than that they looked juicy, and I am sure had great flavor.

post #78 of 78
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The bark was awesome.  Thin and semi- firm bark.

 

I was running around 260.

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