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    Hey Team - from Chicago (Ukrainian Village near Western and Ohio for any locals) I’ve been following these recipes for at least a year. Bought a Weber that I use at my in-laws in Grand Beach, MI. The gas grill at my condo does the job but given my southern roots from Dawsonville, GA (y’all go vote damnit) I find myself using the skillet over the gas mostly (unless it’s summer). Smoking a rib roast tomorrow and joined to literally ask this question so let’s see what y’all come up with:

    if I’m smoking a rib roast and also making gravy per the recipe a la Meathead. And I put the gravy in a pan and then said pan into the Weber grill on the lower rack with the charcoal. Will the charcoal ash not get into the gravy? I’ve got a picky mother in-law here that will let me know when she tastes ash.

    any and all guidance appreciated and thanks for letting me bore you fellas! Greetings from Grand Beach and Ukrainian Village!

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    Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit !

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      Don't stir up th ashes, with th gravy pan in yer cooker...

      Cover with some foil, if'n ya jus gotsta fool about with yer coals... (way easier than takin it out, puttin it back in. (Have some, albeit limited, Weber Kettle Experience ) (Scars, as wail)

      Jus sayin...

      If'n that don't meet Her standards, ya should already have an enycyclopaedic knowledge of local Chinese Buffets that are OPEN on New Years Day, an call an Uber fer her...
      Last edited by Mr. Bones; December 30, 2020, 11:53 PM.


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        or the every popular canned gravy

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                Question: are you two zone cookin? Half answer: nah, don’t worry about the ash in the pan. Not much if any’ll get there. Plus you can make the gravy in the pan & strain any foreign critters out. Welcome, eat good & have fun.


                  Mr. Bones I appreciate the advice and makes sense! Thanks all for the warm welcome. Looking forward to being part of this community.


                    Greetings and welcome from North Carolina


                      FireMan - yes on the two-zone and I’ll be sure to strain afterwards. Thanks!


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