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    Hello from Nebraska

    Hi everyone!
    This site has been extremely helpful to me in my grilling and I finally decided I should support it to keep it going! My wife and I love to cook, but I have never been a power bbq'r. I purchased a weber kettle a few months ago instead of another propane grill to give charcoal a try (and to be cheap - those propanes are pricy!) My wife has loved the results and keeps telling everyone I am an "amazing" griller now, even though I have only used my grill about 20 times. I have only grilled chicken, burgers, dogs, and steaks on the grill thus far, but this weekend, I am going for a St Louis Slab of ribs. I am going to try out the fuse method and use a few lumps of apple wood. I have had problems getting the heat in my weber to 225 though (I am always around 275-300). I am going to use the Last Meal Ribs recipe, but if anyone has any other suggestions, I am completely open to all advice!
    Paul

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    Welcome Aboard, Paul

    Actually the fuse method may be helpful for getting closer to that temp you are looking for

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      welcome paul! you should post some pics of those ribs when you make them!

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        Will do! We are going to sit on the patio all afternoon smelling bbq, drinking Gin and Tonics, and playing cards. It will be a tough Saturday for us

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          Welcome to the Pit Paul

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            Welcome to the Pit from about as far west in Nebrasaka as you can get (Morrill). Glad to have another Husker on board.

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              Welcome to the Pit! I like to say that since joining the Pit my Q has went from zero to hero.

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                First try, so learned a lot regardless of outcome. I dry brined for 2 hours, used the memphis dust rub over night, and tried to keep 225 +-15 degrees. I think I pulled them a little too early as some of the ribs were a bit chewy. I also made the KC sauce and we really love that stuff - looking forward to trying that on a few others. Here is my photographic evidence!

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                  pdizona, those ribs look great! Have a look at the bend test as described in this article. Also see this article.

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                    Looks good to me!

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                      Originally posted by pdizona View Post
                      Hi everyone!
                      I am going to try out the fuse method and use a few lumps of apple wood. I have had problems getting the heat in my weber to 225 though (I am always around 275-300). I am going to use the Last Meal Ribs recipe, but if anyone has any other suggestions, I am completely open to all advice!
                      Paul
                      Try putting a disposable tin underneath the rack on the charcoal grate and put some water into it. The water will act as a heat sink and will help bring down the temperature and hold it. Also, you can fiddle with the bottom and top vents. Maybe have the bottom vents only 1/4 open and the top vent 1/2 open. This will reduce the flow of oxygen and reduce the heat coming off your coals.

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