You know when people eat your food and just about slobber all over the place, you must be doing something right. Speaking of slobbering, I smoked some baby back ribs for the very first time. Man oh man. The ribs were fall off the bone tender and so delicious ……. this rack had a lot of meat on the bones and they were so juicy. Carol used BBQ sauce on hers but Mark & I said they had enough flavor why change it?
The ribs spent overnight in the frig soaking up the rub and liquids, then 6 hours in the smoker with cherry smoke and the results were…Happy Happy Happy….
It’s early (4 AM) in the morning, raining a lot, and 29 degrees out. Yesterday it didn’t hit 40 degrees and the wind was blowing.
We left the aftermarket LP heater on low overnight. It maintained 66 degrees. It was the first time ever we left it on while we slept.
We do have a condensation problem in all of the cabinets in the slide outs. I think the only way to really fix that is don’t be in areas that have high humidity and temps below 30 degrees….duh.
Oh, our LP heater is a blue flame KozyWorld 10K BTU bought off Amazon. It’s hooked into our stove top cooker LP feed line. We like the size and it’s just enough to get by with. Anything bigger than 10K they get pretty big. Overall for us this was on the money. If we sat longer in colder areas and had a bigger rig then maybe more BTU’s. Size size size…