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smokinbourbon

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Hi everyone!!

I'm up here in New England (patriots country). I just received a gasser as a gift. I am waiting for my maverick thermometer to come in. Being as impatient as I am, my first smoke was a couple racks of ribs. I followed the 3-2-1 method, and I think ribs were overcooked.
I just wanted to say hi, and am looking forward to some great tips.
 

SmokinAl

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Welcome to SMF!

Glad to have you aboard!

Al
 

mike5051

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Welcome to the forum!  You'll like the Maverick, and gassers tend to run hot. 3-2-1 may have been too long depending on smoker temp.

Mike
 

smokinbourbon

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Thanks Mike
The stock thermometer read 250,I suspect it ran hotter than that. Maybe next time 2-2-1
 

donegotfat

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Hello and welcome to SMF.

3-2-1 worked well for me, but they were a bit on the bigger side for St Louis
 

smokinbourbon

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Thanks for the welcome, when I tried to cut between ribs the bark came off in big pieces. I put mustard and dry rub on the night before . Any tips would be appreciated
 
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