This a continuation of this if you didn't see it. http://smokingmeatforums.com/forums/...threadid=21861 I didn't think about the time needed to cure. I rinsed them last night and rubbed with syrup and plum jelly. Tonight I drained them a bit and onto the smoker. I am starting out slow 170' for maybe 1/2 hour to dry the outside a bit. Then I'll kick it up to 225' to internal of 150' then sear on the gas grill to get them crispy. Another nice evening at the smoke table. More to come. Thanks for watching.