Breaking in my new "BBQube" temperature controller on a few racks of St. Louis style pork spare ribs.

When butchering spare ribs St. Louis style, you separate the bottom section where the bones are from the top along a natural bend. There's a long, narrow flap of meat between them you remove that cooks hours before the rest and serves as a chef's snack (pictured on the right).

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@kyle any details on the build? I made a simple wifi thermometer for my bbq out of an esp8266 a couple of years ago.

@craftyguy The BBQ is a 22" Weber kettle with a "cajun bandit" mod. I've been using it for years with success. The "BBQube" I got for Christmas. It's a basic blower fan and series of thermometers with a simple LCD readout.

@kyle i have the same grill, never heard of that mod for it though!

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