A couple of days ago, Jim asked what's cooking this weekend. I couldn't wait until then. Here's the setup. Here's the star fresh from the frige. Here's star, ready to eat. Now, some you know from my past ramblings (the ones that get to the end of my post) that I like to share lessons learned. Last night was no exception. In spite of howling winds, Lil' Puffy (my ECB) held up well and the smoke went pretty good. Two hours in the heat au natural, two hours in foil will a bit of apple juice for moisture, and another 30 to 45 minutes bare naked over the heat. Tried keeping the temp as close to 230 as I could but did have a couple of spikes. My only mistake was having them finish before we were ready to eat. I put them into a sheet pan on some parchment paper, lightly covered them, and put them into the over set at 190. I learned that even a sponge will dry out after 60 to 90 minutes in a 'warm' over. So, next time, we either eat when the foods ready or I try to do a better job guestimating when dinner will be served.