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No stall Butt!

post #1 of 16
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This is twice I have had a no-stall Butt! This is a 7½lb bone in

Marinated overnite with chicken stock,CBP, and sliced onionmanicotti 014.JPGsmoked at 250º for 7hrs, didn't foil( I wanted some bark) at the 7hr mark it was 198º so I foiled and into the cooler.manicotti 012.JPG

manicotti 016.JPG

 

post #2 of 16

Looks good. I've heard that such a thing exists but haven't actually seen one yet.

post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by marlin009 View Post

Looks good. I've heard that such a thing exists but haven't actually seen one yet.



It's amazing, You always expect a stall and when they don't, it throws your timing (plating) schedule off!

speaking of plating, here is a pic sliced!manicotti 009.JPG

post #4 of 16

That looks great, I usually get the biggest one I can find and usually cruise through it, I bought the smallest one I could find a few weeks ago and it was very stubborn.

post #5 of 16

I'd love to see my schedule thrown off in that direction. The other direction I have a good handle on. biggrin.gif

 

Wish I hadn't seen that sliced pic, that looks reallly good right now. PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

post #6 of 16

for me that's about the top end range for poundage and the 9hrs is about right...............nice lookin slices!

post #7 of 16

the bark looks great

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Originally Posted by meateater View Post

 I bought the smallest one I could find a few weeks ago and it was very stubborn ....

 


that's cuz it knew it was you!
 

 



 

post #9 of 16

Great looking cook raptor!!   points.gifpoints.gifFirst point was for the money shot and the second was for no stall.

 

Speaking of stalls, yesterday I thought my brother in law was gonna have a cow when his brisket actually dropped temp. OMG that was funny. Then he sat by the thermo and watched one degree at a time until it finished.

 

He's WEIRD.......Had me cook brisket and chicken with not even one thing on them, totally nekkid.

 

Raptor, I gotta say your pork looks fantastic!!

post #10 of 16
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Raptor, I gotta say your pork looks fantastic!! 

 Thanks Tom, It's humbling to get a great review from someone of your statureicon_redface.gif I would love to see my brother in law sweat over a good smoke, But the only meat he gets is at the deli in the local market!icon_cry.gif God bless him!

post #11 of 16

Hey Raptor

Looking good - I wish I could get one that did not stall . I think the fact that I do them at 225-250 makes them stall more than most but I really like the results. Nice looking bark for sure

post #12 of 16

Great looking sliced butt Raptor!  Gotta love those quick cook butts! lol  PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

post #13 of 16
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Thanks Scarbelly, I've always tried to mop,spritz, etc. to get the best results. But this one I just let it smoke, no mop, spritz or anything. Just kept it low and slow, of course RIBZILLA™ did most of the work!

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Great looking sliced butt Raptor!  Gotta love those quick cook butts! lol  PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif



 

post #15 of 16
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. But this one I just let it smoke, no mop, spritz or anything.



that's how i do it.........

post #16 of 16

Twice...Teach me, oh wise one. You lucky dog you, nice lookin smoke!

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