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Stall - "Regression temps"?

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During a stall is it normal for not only the temps to stay in one spot but for them to actually drop? I'm smoking ribs right now and 2 1/2 hours in the temp has stalled and dropped a few degrees. Just wanna make sure this is normal.

post #2 of 6

Most of us smoke ribs by time not temp it's hard to get proper probe placement for a thermo. But the answer to your question is yes the internal temp does actually go down a little during the stall.

 

For spares try 3-2-1---3 hours on the grate then 2 hours wrapped in foil (add liquid before sealing foil tight) then back onto the grate for 1 hour

 

For baby backs try 2-2-1

 

Both times are for smoker temp of 225

post #3 of 6
Or no foil. 4-5 hours at 275 for babybacks
post #4 of 6

Never have probed ribs.  I do know that BUTTS will have some temp drop during the stall though

 

Scott

post #5 of 6

Six hrs. in and ;

 

and it bends...

 

 

All it takes is . . .

post #6 of 6
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Originally Posted by oldschoolbbq View Post
 

Six hrs. in and ;

 

and it bends...

 

 

All it takes is . . .

 

 

I like the toothpick test better.

 

I just like the feel of it.

 

Never liked the bend test.

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