A righty and two lefties. My money is on that middle lefty being the best one.
All are now resting in cooler. The piece on far right went onto the 590 at same time as middle piece. Middle piece was 1 lb heavier than right piece but arrived at 203 degrees 1.75 hours sooner. WTH? The little one on left finished first in 9.75 hour. Wrapped all three.
I've heard that before.That middle piece had more marbling. It looks like it was a lefty.
The lore around the bbq world is that most cows get up off the ground with their right front leg. That makes for more a tougher muscle with more connective tissue.
More connective tissue renders slower and causes more of a stall. That's my story and I'm sssstickin to it.
More than likely. But that middle one was quicker to cook and had more marbling. I think we can all agree that more marbling is better. Whether or not leftys are statistically more marbled than rightys would be interesting to know. LOLIt smells like the kind of thing that grew from a couple of old timers, a few beers, and a new guy.
I have a 700 and a Bullseye, but I'm a little nervous about throwing a couple on the Bullseye. So I borrowed my neighbor's 590. He's going on vacation for two weeks so he doesn't mind.Wow!! What equipment you got for that kind of a feast?
Pictures for sure since I didn't get an invite! (and I would have brought my own beer)