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    Was just watching a Cook's Country video and they took a couple of racks of St. Louis cut ribs, put them bone to bone and tied them together. On the kettle they were using, they ended up with 4 racks getting smoked instead of two. They finished them separately in the oven.

    Has anyone tried that? I don't have anything much bigger than a kettle and thought it was an interesting approach.

    The video is here. Hopefully the link will work without a blocking message as they sent it out in an email.

    Video works for me.

    Here's a screencap from the video in case picturing what he means was confusing. They're laying one rack of ribs on top of another rack, bone sides touching. 4 total racks in the space of two.

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    I could get by w/o tying them but I suppose it's handy when it comes time to flip.

    Cook's Country/ATK needs a Slow 'N Sear!


    • billg71
      billg71 commented
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      Yes, they do! And they need to figure out that rubbing a hot grill with oil doesn't keep meat from sticking, it just adds burnt oil to the grill.

      I'm a subscriber, BTW. They have some good stuff on their various sites.

    • IrondeQuer
      IrondeQuer commented
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      Thanks for posting that pic @Huskee!!

    I just watched that episode(got the same email), seems like a good idea if you need to cook 4 racks on a kettle. I agree with Huskee, would be better with a SNS.



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