Originally posted by Jay1924:
Bembring: They look fantastic, but I'm wondering about their tenderness. Were they fall off the bone? Bite off the bone? Or tougher than that? I'm asking since when I do ribs in my AQ at 225, they generally take around 5 hours to get really tender and juicy. Maybe the extra 25 degrees accounts for it. Just wondering
Yes they were tender and juicy. Bite and light pull off the bone.
Sorry got to hungry to post photos of them cut.
But from the photo you can see pull back with the bones showing and they cracked when I picked up with tongs.
I set at 250 but at times it showed 257.
I used the second from bottom rack postion so closer to the heat.
If I set my SM150 at 225 it takes about 4 plus hours. and they are not as tender.
I think my SM150 pulls 1500 Watts. It is an older model not IQ 4