I love this site. I have a Brinkman ECB. I cooked a chicken last week and it was great. I wanted to cook ribs for Fathers Day and had a major problem. I put the ribs on at 8:45am and at 11am I used my Taylor meat thermometer and the ribs were at 165 degrees. I spent some extra money and install a temp. gauge instead of using the on with the ECB. The gauge read 210 degrees. There was a little wind and about 85 degree's outside. I ended up wrapping them in foil and coated them with some apple juice. Could someone give me an idea of what I may have done wrong? Happy Fathers Day to all you Dads.