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  • bbqLuv
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    At 160 degrees, you get tender ribs in 10 to 12 hours. At 170 to 180 degrees, the meat is noticeably dryer, but the cooking time is a more manageable 6 to 8 hours.

  • jfmorris
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    bbqLuv sure, time and temp, but since ribs finish in 4-5 hours at 225F, and you really cannot safely smoke at much lower temps.... its only an overnight cook if you go to bed at 3am and wake up at 7am, haha.

    He is not talking about brisket or butts - those are cooks that DO take 10, 12, 14 hours, and are great for overnight cooks.

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  • shify
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    Unless you want to sous vide and smoke, which would take about 1 1/2 hrs to smoke, the best bet is to wake up early

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  • bbqLuv
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    Does not cooking involve time and temperature? Lower temp, longer cook.

  • Santamarina
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    I’d definitely set that early alarm and cook day-of. Actually, I’d start an hour earlier...just in case anything goes sideways. You can always toss them in a warm oven inside when they’re done.

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  • Steve R.
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    Yep, up and at 'em! Grandpa's only going to turn 95 once. If this was just a run of the mill, every week kind of cook, I could maybe see doing it the day before and reheating.

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  • BFlynn
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    Yeah, I thought about blasphemy style. I've added 2 extra grate levels to my PBC, but I think that's going to be too much juggling.

    I think I'm going to just start them early that morning.

  • jfmorris
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    I like this, but unless he has something other than a PBC, its going to be really really hard to do more than one rack of ribs cut up blasphemy style. That 18" cooking grate on a PBC just won't handle it.

  • jfmorris
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    Ribs are not an all night cook. 4-5 hours, probably 4 in a PBC.

  • mgaretz
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    Or you could do Blasphemy Ribs and put them on at 7:30 to be finished by 10:00 and sleep an extra few hours! (I also reheat them when there are leftovers. They reheat quickly - about 10 minutes at 375F in the oven on a foil-lined baking sheet.)

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  • klflowers
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    Get up!!! Nothing like getting up early, throwing some meat on, bloody mary(s), then off to the party with some just off the pit wibs and a slight buzz...

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  • bbqLuv
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    Bloody Mary for breakfast Now that is a good start.
    How about a low and slow over knight. when done hold on warm. Matt Pittman shows how to do a weekday Brisket over knight.
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...5AF47EF1B0BAA8
    I would think you may adapt this approach for ribs rather than brisket.

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  • BFlynn
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    I think that's what I'll do. Just needed some convincing.

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