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EX6, 2, 22” kettles, 18” kettle and a 26” kettleand a e310 gasser
I rubbed it down with olive oil, then put Kinders SPG, and Kinders Buttery Steahouse. Putting it on at 250. Taking it up to 115.
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Wow! I’ve never seen a rub like that. I thought you used mustard as a binder until I read the post. I like the sounds of your plan. I’m drooling all over the keyboard! 😂
 
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Had to do software update, got it to temp, and put the meat on and it dropped to 160, then stopped for a couple minutes, then it climbed back up, now we’re rolling.
 

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I love both those rubs. I just found the butter steakhouse and love it!!
Can’t beat the Costco prices either.
 
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It’s at about 85. Surprisingly, it looks like it forming a nice crust. I might just let it go to about 125-130 without taking off.
 

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It’s at about 85. Surprisingly, it looks like it forming a nice crust. I might just let it go to about 125-130 without taking off.
That’s how I do them. I used to sear and roast or reverse sear but now I just roast them all the way. Get perfect doneness from edge to edge. I like to dry them in the fridge a few days to help the crust form too.

Looking good! Enjoy!
 
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Ok it’s off and resting for a few minutes. I just turned the temp up gradually. The last 10-15 minutes was at 500. Looks perfect!
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