Thank you Poi Dog, Flash, Bill and Rick!
Poi, I went by time. I like to smoke ribeyes then sear over a fire.
On my drum, they usually take about an hour. These little boneless ribs were cooked to a medium rare in that time so I didn't sear them. I didn't want them cooked any more than that. They were tender any juicy after an hour. You just have to pull one off and check.
I like these potatoes and make them in the house a lot. But the last couple of smokes I just added them to the smoker before frying.
Here's a link to the last ones I did...http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=75240
The recipe is a beer batter...
1 cup flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
enough of 1 beer to make it the consistancy you like
Dip into flour then into the batter, it will stick better.
Fried til golden...
Sprinkled with kosher salt.. dry rubs are good too..
They are crunchy on the outside and tender in the middle.