spares Vs loin backs

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raptor700

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Doing a little field testing for another Comp. Thought I would see how they come out! Did both with Rub and brown sugar. Here they go into the Charbroil Offset with pecan, lump and using the Minion method..
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Looks like a winner either way. cant wait to see the finished product.
 

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Looking good!!!
 

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I have never done spares. Did they take muck longer then the loins? They look good enough to eat though. 
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Thanks Duffman, Spares usually go 1 hr longer, Actually I did a 3-2-1 with both. Normaly I do a 2-2-1 for loins and 3-2-1 for spares. The loins were a little over done with the 3-2-1.
 

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