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    Indirect grate here

    I am new to the q. Wanted to try ribs with low / indirect heat. I found a device, rack, that seems to work pretty well.

    Stands 1.5in above Weber grate, 7in wide and 19.25in long. Made of ceramic, good for up tp 700F per Sur la table. PRICY

    at $39.

    Using low heat and water with foil under the rack , second half of cook, all went well. Temp from Weber hood therm was about 350F during the 2 hr cook. Direct temp of the outside of the ribs was 250-300F.

    Now lets see if I can post a pic?

    Mark



    guess not, can't remember which share choice to copy?

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    That's a pretty interesting add-on. Where did you get if from?

    Ribs look really good. How did they turn out?

    I guess I have always felt my Q was an awesome grilling machine and that I would leave low-heat BBQ to my kettle, but if you don't have one this might be a good way to expand the flexibility of the Q.

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Jon, I got it at Sur La Table. Higher end cooking store here in town. They may have a web site. I foiled for 1 hr after that pic. The ribs were DELICIOUS.
    Thanks for your comment.

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    I see no photos. How did others see a photo? I don't even see a URL link

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    That's a pretty cool accessory.

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    Photo just showed up. I do something VERY similar. I have a small(ish) broiler pan from a counter top toaster oven. I use a raised rack over that and use liquid in the pan. Cost is free since the toaster oven had long before given up the ghost

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    Yah, I would not have tried to indirect cook on a Q. That is interesting. Is it a Q1xx or Q2xx?

    I have my Genesis 1000 and will just continue to use that for slow and indirect cooks, but that looks like a very workable setup for a Q.
    Grills and guns are a lot alike. While one would usually suffice and you can only use one a time, each grill/gun is better in certain situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Yah, I would not have tried to indirect cook on a Q. That is interesting. Is it a Q1xx or Q2xx?

    I have my Genesis 1000 and will just continue to use that for slow and indirect cooks, but that looks like a very workable setup for a Q.
    q2200.

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    Phil Perrin from Australia years ago posted a how to on using the Q’s indirect. I believe he gave Weber demonstrations there about using Q’s. He, and the “Fire Escape Griller” on YouTube use the indirect method frequently with great results that I have incorporated into my Q use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOM BAUER View Post
    Phil Perrin from Australia years ago posted a how to on using the Q’s indirect. I believe he gave Weber demonstrations there about using Q’s. He, and the “Fire Escape Griller” on YouTube use the indirect method frequently with great results that I have incorporated into my Q use.
    Tom,
    His name is Phil, but it's Phil Hartcher.

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