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After smoking another two racks of ribs this weekend, I found a perfect example of a smoke line, which tells you how far the smoke has penetrated the meat (and how long it's been smoked). I put an arrow on the picture to show where it is.
Posted 09/10/2008 11:01 PM in Cooking, Food, Pictures | Total Comments: (3)
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So is the smoke line the band between the redder smoked portion and the untouched meat or the boundary line (just the separation and not any width) between sections? I'd wondered about this.
Submitted by Dan on 09/11/2008 03:25 PM
The smoke line is where the color changes, the boundary, it's not a colored line.
Submitted by filbert on 09/11/2008 04:08 PM
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