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BBQ Tip #347 - Avoid Burning Your Meat

COOKING TIP: USING A LITTLE BIT OF FOIL GOES A LONG WAY. 

If you have a crowded grill and want to avoid burning your ribs or any meat nearest the fire.

  1. Place a piece of foil under the full length of the slab closest to the fire to create a heat scorching barrier throughout the cooking/smoking process.
  2. Then at the end of the cook with 30 mins left remove the foil to get a even color on the meat nearest the fire.

Stay tuned for more helpful tips this week. We are here to help your barbecuing experience.

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BBQin' Tip - A Proper Heat Source

Place heat source on onesie and the meat on the other. 

COOKING TIP: A consistent & well

positioned heat source is key.

HOW TO:

1. Place heat source to one side of BBQ pit. Play around with how much coals & wood chips you'll need. A lot depends on the size of the pit, its ability to keep the heat, and what you are cooking. 

2. Place meat on opposite side bone side down.

3. Adjust dampers to allow for good air flow to control heat levels, smoke, & cook time. Typically more air equals more heat.

Pork-rib Cooking Tip - Bone side down for 1 hour, flip over cook other side for 30-45mins, then wrap in foil for remaining 45mins to ensure tenderness and to avoid a overly smokey flavor profile.

WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE: Peeking less often over the entire cook time, a faster cook time, great color & more tender smoked meats.

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