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Two butts and a rack of ribs

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Nice copper topper! How do you have the coals set up?
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Nice copper topper! How do you have the coals set up?
Fuse method, with chunks of Apple wood placed randomly throughout.


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Nice copper topper! How do you have the coals set up?
Thank you. Fuse method, with chunks of Apple wood placed randomly throughout.


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I'll be watching never tried that yet on my kettle.
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I'll be watching never tried that yet on my kettle.
It works very well. You've got to close the bottom vents at least half way, maybe a little more. The top vents I close exactly half way. Doing this I can keep my temp between 225-275.


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Looks like a good start!

 

Al

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