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    pork standing rib roast...need some advice

    Howdy, I have done several of these on my old Traeger...which has been replaced by a Mak 2 star....but I am finding that cooking times and temps for the Traeger do not transfer exactly to the Mak....

    Any advice...??
    thanks
    ron b

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    I like 250-275 until you get an internnal temp of 145

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    Ron-- Was this the roast you sent photos of to Bruce here at MAK?? If so, you've GOTTA share those with everyone here, you NAILED that.

    I told Bruce no more freebies-- next time you call for recipe tips, you have to send us some of the finished product!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Poppa View Post
    I like 250-275 until you get an internnal temp of 145
    Ditto! That temp range to that final I.T. just seems to work well.
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    now how come bruce gets all the credit? ahhahahha

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    He provided photographic evidence!
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    thanks to the great guys and gal at Mak....Bruce-Matt and Katrina...I got it done...

    have done 3 of them since that last post...
    used my Mak set to Smoke for as long as I thought I dared...wanting to leave myself enough time to polish it off at 325....pulling them off the grill when they hit 140 to 145

    all three roasts came out perfectly.. if I knew how I would post a picture...

    thanks for all the help and advice from my newest best friends...the folks at Mak Grills...

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    Ron here are instructions on how to post your own images. It's not the most current version but is pretty close.

    Posting your own images on the forum showing the current process on Photobucket
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    Ron here are instructions on how to post your own images. It's not the most current version but is pretty close.

    Posting your own images on the forum showing the current process on Photobucket
    Thank you even i am not getting how to post own photos in this forum

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