- Joined Apr 23, 2021
Got them rubbed for tomorrow, I'm figuring 8 hours or so, at least that's the plan. Any tips or suggestions? Also some beef back ribs in case I mess up the bison lol.
Cool. Even better, start probing them at 190sh, and see how it changes every 5deg or so I till the probe just slides in with almost no resistance. But 203 is a good target.I read the wrong part of the page for IT for the bison, I'll be taking them to 203°. Thanks for catching that waterrat.
I did the same last night, I slow BBQ with smoke for a couple hours, pan them and use whatever's close for liquid, beer, broth, H2O even, cover and let simmer for awhile. Fall off the bone good!Time to wrap the beef back ribs now. I keep it simple and just pour coors banquet in when I wrap.
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