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    Whats the best thing you have cooked on your drum?

    Mine is prime rib the best prime rib.....ever!

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    I need to try prime rib, that sounds delicious!
    I like the way my drum cooks poultry, whether it's chicken, game hens or turkeys, they all come out great on the drum.

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    Chicken.Still newbie and want the prime rib recipe please BP.

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    250 tuill 130 turn over at 110

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    Chicken is by far the most improved meat on my drum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Poppa View Post
    Mine is prime rib the best prime rib.....ever!
    BP, can you give us a rundown on how you prepare your prime rib on trhe drum? Thanks.

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    Chicken and Turkey have to be number 1. However, Drewbixcubed and I made some pretty awesome beef ribs once, but I'm not sure we could repeat if we tried, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinish View Post
    Chicken and Turkey have to be number 1. However, Drewbixcubed and I made some pretty awesome beef ribs once, but I'm not sure we could repeat if we tried, haha.
    AGREED!!!!! can't beat bacon wrapped beef ribs!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Poppa View Post
    250 tuill 130 turn over at 110
    Is it comparable cooking time to doing it on a pellet smoker, or is it faster?

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    same time as the pellet smoker

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