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    Ever have this happen?

    I have had a couple of racks of BBRs on for 2 hrs now. Lifted the lid and saw this:
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    it's not like there is more than the normal amount of loin meat on it.


    #2
    Nope never seen that. Odd.

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      #3
      Wow, I have never seen that but I have to say that the last three St. Louis racks I have done have cooked "oddly".

      After cooking those three at 250 for 2.5 hours I checked and they had no pull back. I let the last two go to 3 hours and no pullback, some flexibility and no cracking but looking good, IT was 170ish. I wrapped all 3 for 1.5 hours and very little pullback when opened and not tender where we like them although they were in the 190-200 IT area. Two were cooked in my Performer and the other in my Rec Tec 680. One rack from Publix but the last two were from Creekstone. Similar process I have used for 25 years.

      Have heard others in other forums complaining about the same thing. IDK, will try another one from Creekstone on Monday.

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        #4
        IT'S ALIVE....

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          #5
          I potentially see ribs and loins getting a bit larger. My brother cooked a 12 pound loin the other day. It maxed out the vegetable rack on his grill.

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            #6
            The last two racks I did, baby backs, also cooked oddly. They came from Wild Fork Foods and were very different on the weight. 3.9lbs and 2.8lbs. So I expected the smaller rack to cook much faster. Nope. Done at exactly the same time. Also, no pull back at all. But they were perfectly tender and delicious. 🤷‍♂️

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              #7
              Get an exorcist quick!

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                #8
                He’s just kissing his a€¥ goodbye. 😳

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                  He should have been. He turned out fine (never did straighten back out) and got devoured just like the other one.

                #9
                Nope, never seen that

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                  #10
                  Probably some kind of gym rat hawg.
                  Worked out to much, muscles are too tight

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                    #11
                    I think I know the problem: "Dupuytren’s contracture"
                    Not sure if that helps.

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                      #12
                      It looks like some gremlin snuck under the lid and twisted the rack. I’ve never encountered that.

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                        #13
                        New one for me. Very odd. UFO?

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                          #14
                          So that's why you're supposed to remove the membrane.

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