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 Post subject: High heat rib cook
PostPosted: March 24th, 2015, 9:17 pm 
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Today was a cruddy day, been in the 35's and raining all day. I decided not to use my IQ110 since I didn't have it guarded from rain, so I used the ball valve instead. I used RO Lump and lit a few chunks with my weed burner and opened ball valve all the way. I figured it wouldn't take Lump long to get smoker up to 275-F :D , Well after 30 mins my cooker temp wasn't coming up very fast and then it dawned on me that my adapter was still in the valve reducing the intake air, :mrgreen: after removing the adapter my temp finally climbed up to 250-F, so I started throttling back the ball valve in order to slow rising temp down before it got to 275-F . Cooker ran great which I knew it would :D I didn't trim any fat from these spares, I just cooked on high heat, and didn't wrap during the cook..
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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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Look delicious! Thanks for sharing. :D

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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Nice job Great looking rack.

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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Making me hungry! :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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Thanks, I sure like the flavor of these ribs :D A few minutes ago I opened my charcoal shut to see how much lump I used, well I was surprised the stuff bridged :| I didn't think that happen in an XL Baby

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
PostPosted: March 25th, 2015, 5:52 pm 
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Those ribs are looking very good.

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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I was told you have to break up the big pieces. The shoot on an XL Baby isn't as large as the Stretch.

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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padge31 I didn't think any of my lump pieces were to big, I just I'll look closer next time..I do like Lump and mite keep on using it more than charcoal, mite lol

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 Post subject: Re: High heat rib cook
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I have stayed away from lump because I am to worried about bridging.

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Bob from Florida would be so proud of you not using the guru but using the valve! I should try it sometime on my Dragon but it might take a while with no blower - who knows.

The ribs look so awesome!!!!!

Also, I use RO lump and don't even know what a bridge is, but the chute on my Dragon could easily fit a milk jug down it.

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