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Best way to smoke max number of racks on kettle?

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I wanna smoke baby backs for my super bowl party. I want to smoke 4 or 5 racks on my weber 22.5 kettle. What's the best way to do this? Rib rack or stack and swap?
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I wanna smoke baby backs for my super bowl party. I want to smoke 4 or 5 racks on my weber 22.5 kettle. What's the best way to do this? Rib rack or stack and swap?


rib rack or.........

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A rib rack is your best bet. If you have a turkey roaster there might be one in there. You just flip it over and it's a rib rack. I have done this many times and the ribs turn out great circled up like they are up there.

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A rib rack will hold the most. Remember you want indirect heat.

Happy smoken.

David

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rib rack or.........
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That is ingenious.
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A rib rack will hold the most. Remember you want indirect heat.
Happy smoken.
David

Thanks, David. That's why I'm concerned because I'm essentially confined to half my grill space.
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These baskets save a ton of space over doing it without. I love them yes I do. Weber makes them and they are cheap too.

post #8 of 8
Use some fire brick and partition off maybe a third of the space for your coals...Use a rib rack so the heat runs through the rib long ways.
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