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Re: dry baby back ribs


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Posted by SmokinOkie on January 17, 2011 at 08:08:23:

In Reply to: dry baby back ribs posted by NewbieSmoker on January 17, 2011 at 02:42:47:

First question. How big or little were they. Unlike a general rub of thumb, you could be cooking loin backs for 3 lbs or small BB under 1.25. Size does matter when looking at how long.

The CS doesn't need a water pan, it's a very humid smoker (retains the humidity because of the small vent hole).

Have you verified the smoker temp? You said it was used, so I'd verify the temp inside the smoker too.



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