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    Trust the PBC!

    Wow....I was certain this rib cook was going to be a disaster, and yet.....I ended up making the best ribs I've ever cooked.

    I did the 15-10-10 lighting method, with which I had had such great success last time, but for whatever reason, the fire got away from me. PBC was at 450 F at the start of the last "10" and 380 F at the end. I put the ribs on anyway.

    Due to another outside project (electrical) that required my full attention and was frustrating me out of my mind, I didn't get to check on the ribs until two and a half hours into the cook. The PBC ran basically 380 to 300 F during that time. The ribs were done, perfect pull back on the bones at 2.5 hours in.

    But as I needed to finish up the electrical project, I left them in for another 30 minutes. I finally pulled them at the 3 hour mark. Probe-tender like butter. Sauced them up, and let them cool slightly.

    SO GOOD. Best ribs I have ever done. The PBC is a rib machine! And if it runs a little overly hot, your food will not burn up. (I am sure that cutting my ribs in half and also hanging them helped immensely.)

    #2
    Well, guess we just gotta take your word for it. Nary a pic. 😱

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      #3
      Here they are! Just two....and taken after 3/4 of a rack was already devoured.

      https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...91#post1022191

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        #4
        Congrats. "Best ever" is always great.

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          #5
          I did some in my $1800+ Traeger and my wife said never again. Ribs are only to be done in the $350 PBC from now on. So, yes, the PBC is a rib/chicken/pork butt/brisket machine.

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            #6
            PBC, PBC, PBC!

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              #7
              You are correct the PBC is a rib making machine. You have to try pretty hard to mess it up.

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