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Wood River BBQ Team wrote:
Cook to meat TEMPERATURE with a good digital thermometer and not TIME and you'll never over cook or under cook a piece of meat again.

Don't take my word for it, check out www.amazingribs.com, which is a great BBQ site, and www.howtobbqright.com, another great site, and see what they recommend.

Amazingribs.com won't even answer any BBQ questions unless you're using a digital thermometer. Here's his discalimer "tell us what thermometer you're using. If you're not using a good digital thermometer you have no idea what the meat temperature really is so we CAN"T HELP YOU".


Actually he says the rib bones affect the temp if you use a thermometer and you should use a bend test instead.  http://amazingribs.com/recipes/porknography/best_BBQ_ribs_ever.html

 Thermometers have their place but there can be differences between virtually identically sized cuts at the same internal temp.

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Actually, the first two sentences are a update addition, which did not appear when I first printed his recipe. It's one of the great things about amazingribs.com. He's not afraid or embarrassed to change his mind when he comes up with new info. Personally, I wouldn't cook anything without my handheld digital thermometer -- that's just my personal preference.  



randywallace wrote:
Wood River BBQ Team wrote:
Cook to meat TEMPERATURE with a good digital thermometer and not TIME and you'll never over cook or under cook a piece of meat again.

Don't take my word for it, check out www.amazingribs.com, which is a great BBQ site, and www.howtobbqright.com, another great site, and see what they recommend.

Amazingribs.com won't even answer any BBQ questions unless you're using a digital thermometer. Here's his discalimer "tell us what thermometer you're using. If you're not using a good digital thermometer you have no idea what the meat temperature really is so we CAN"T HELP YOU".


Actually he says the rib bones affect the temp if you use a thermometer and you should use a bend test instead.  http://amazingribs.com/recipes/porknography/best_BBQ_ribs_ever.html

 Thermometers have their place but there can be differences between virtually identically sized cuts at the same internal temp.



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