A cooler with a blanket will help keep it warm. Put in aluminum pan cover tight with foil. Put in cooler. Cover pan with blanket. Kept a brisket warm for 4 hours once. Just don't open it until your ready to serve. Makes blanket smell good also. Lol.
Gonna be doing some ribs on Monday (rain all weekend on East Coast).
Already asked my Mixer of 27 yrs to pick up fixings so I can get a batch done while smoking the ribs.
Looks great. Can’t wait. Thanks
Newly retired after 33 years of Municipal work for small waterfront City. Running a WSM 22inch, 22inch Weber kettle (refurbished). Not a stranger to smoking ribs, pork shoulder, chicken and cheese. Always looking for help and good ideas. Taking it slow and steady with my wife of 25+ years and 2...