I have a general question about cooking chicken(thighs and bone in breast) and ribs. I have a MASTERFORGE from LOWES propane smoker and I usually place the ribs on the lower two racks(4 rack smoker ) to get them closer to heat source and place the chicken on the top two racks.
Is there any truth to what I have read that it is harmful to have the chicken drip, while cooking, on the ribs? I was thinking if I put the chicken on the lower racks, Im afraid the ribs would take longer and/or the chicken would dry out being closer to the heat source.
Thanks as always for the advice/tips/information