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Old 12-14-2006, 10:31 AM   #1
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Today's BB ribs & smoked jalapenos--Final pics added

This slab just went on about 30 minutes ago. The peppers are jalapenos and will be used for various garnishments.











Edited @ 1:20 PM to add the following pics (after 3 hours in the smoke and just prior to being foiled):





Edited @ 3:50 PM to add the following pics











All images shot ISO 400 @ f/5.6
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Did you follow the instructions on the package?
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Looking good LR!

I have a question and I'm not being a wise ass. Why is your door upside down?
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Proally to get the temp up quicker...just a guess.
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Proally to get the temp up quicker...just a guess.
Another legit question and again, I'm not being a wise ass. How is the door being upside down going to get the temp up any faster?
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Old 12-14-2006, 10:58 AM   #6
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Did you follow the instructions on the package?
You know it. To think I've wasted all this time on sites such as this one just to find THE directions on the back of a Tyson package. It's downright embarassing.
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Proally to get the temp up quicker...just a guess.
Another legit question and again, I'm not being a wise ass. How is the door being upside down going to get the temp up any faster?[/quote:19p0oaaf]

The door upside down has more gap...so more air gets in and gets the fire hotter quicker...again just a guess.
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Looking good LR!

I have a question and I'm not being a wise ass. Why is your door upside down?
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Proally to get the temp up quicker...just a guess.
Another legit question and again, I'm not being a wise ass. How is the door being upside down going to get the temp up any faster?[/quote:lh0yr929]

It has nothing to do with temp. It's something else.
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[quote=Greg Rempe][quote="Larry Wolfe":1fr6d78e]
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Originally Posted by "Greg Rempe":1fr6d78e
Proally to get the temp up quicker...just a guess.
Another legit question and again, I'm not being a wise ass. How is the door being upside down going to get the temp up any faster?[/quote:1fr6d78e]

The door upside down has more gap...so more air gets in and gets the fire hotter quicker...again just a guess.[/quote:1fr6d78e]

How does it have more of a gap upside down?? The shape doesnt' change whatsoever.

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Originally Posted by "Greg Rempe":1fr6d78e
Proally to get the temp up quicker...just a guess.
Another legit question and again, I'm not being a wise ass. How is the door being upside down going to get the temp up any faster?
It has nothing to do with temp. It's something else.[/quote:1fr6d78e]

I've heard of people doing it upside down, cause it falls off right side up easier.
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