Welcome. I work in Dublin, Ohio and use to use a chargriller but not the duo. One thing I had to do was make some modifications. Do a search on chargriller mods and you will be surprised what you find! Also, they need constant babysitting because of the thin metal the firebox is made...
I foiled for the first time ever on my last Butt smoke. The results were good but I really like the bark, so I am playing with a way to speed up the cook with foil and still get some bark on that meat!
When I do baby back ribs I foil after 2 hours for 1.5 hours then back on the smoker nekid...
I agree with Scooter's first point, I would not use plastic wrap for fear of what might be released in the cook process.
I also agree that you can get good tender ribs without foiling; however, I do foil and never have I experienced mushy ribs. With babybacks I use a modified 2-2-1...
I would say as long as you kept it above 140 IT and you didn't inject you should be good!
When you dropped the pit temp you increased your cook time. I know people that insist on cooking butts at 200 to 205, and I used to be a 225 guy. However, I have recently joined the 275 club. I can...
Hi there Olivias!
Welcome to the forums! You will find everything you need here from recipes to tricks and tips!
I'm not far from you, in Prince George, VA, and we have family in Gloucester.
Good luck and if you need anything special just send me a PM.
You will find everything you need here!! Recipes, tips, tricks, and a vast array of knowledge.
I have been a frequent poster on this site for the last several years but, alas, my job is interfering with my hobby these days.
I still smoke the occasional rack of ribs or a pork...
I regularly freeze extras when there is extra and they are still darn good after thawing and reheating. I wrap them in foil and stick Em in the oven at about 250 for about an hour or so. Not as good as fresh off the smoker but still very good!