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BBQ Pork Shoulder on my Weber

Woodburner- I've done two butts now with great results. Any advise on how to utilize the fuse to do a couple of slabs of baby back ribs? My typical technique has been to put the coals and hickory on one side of the grill (as Weber recommends) and the ribs on the other for two or so hours. While these ribs have always been good, they are not as moist and "fall off the bone" as I would like them to be. Thanks for any insight you may be able to provide.

BBQ Pork Shoulder on my Weber

Woodburner- I just tried "the fuse" for the first time on an 18" Weber with a 8.5 lb shoulder. The fuse burned through in 7 hours and then the shoulder went in the oven at 250 degrees until I achieved an internal temp of about 195 degrees. The results are astounding. Great method! Thanks!