proper rack order for different meats in an upright masterbilt electric?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by polishmeat, May 23, 2013.

  1. polishmeat

    polishmeat Meat Mopper

    If it were me, I would put the butt and brisket on the 2 top racks as you mentioned.  Don't know what type of smoker you have, but typically the upper racks get more heat than the lower ones, so you can get both:  the butt basting the ribs underneath, and potentially a faster cook.  I think the basting part would be the kicker. 
     
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2013
  2. so ms smoker

    so ms smoker Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

      I would do as Polishmeat said and you had in mind. You don't want raw pork juices dripping onto your formed bark and nearly done butt and brisket.

       Mike
     
  3. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Polish , welcome to our World. Really hopr you enjot it and  stay as a Bro. in Smoke (opps! or a Sister).

    this may do what you need :

    Any rack for these , you'll be placing the Butt and Brisky in first for sure ,so top. May save some heat when you put the ribs in and the Basting from the other will be fantastic. [​IMG]

    Get a good reliable thermometer , place in meat to track "temperature of the Meat" and use a "guestamate" of 1.5hrs. of cooking @225*f / pound of meat. Again , only to track time as Briskys and Butts are notorious for long Stalls. Don't worry , be Patient . (Don't worry be happy -Bobby Farin in background).

    When you place the ribs in ,here some reading :http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/126676/spare-ribs-with-3-2-1-method-and-baste

    Have fun and as always. . .
     

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