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Smoking 19 butts for a youth group fundraiser, with QView

post #1 of 34
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Got an early start today. Got the cookers fired up about 2:30 this morning. Smoking 19 butts to sell by the pound to raise money for the church youth group. Tried a mustard slather from Paul Kirk, first time for that. Then rubbed on Jeff's rub.


Had a lot of help from the girls.


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Quite a spread when they are all laid out together.





We had to use 2 cookers, luckily we have good friends.





Here they are all loaded up.







Of course we have a couple special ones for my family I had to keep serperate and do those on the Webber Kettle with the Smokenator.






After we got all those taken care of we whipped up some fatties and bacon and will have some steaks for lunch. So all in all it should be a good day.


Thanks for looking and God bless.





post #2 of 34

Looks pretty awesome.  Hope everything goes/went well. 

post #3 of 34

That is definitely  a load of butts. I'm sure you will raise a "butt load" of money (pun intended) for the youth group. yahoo.gif

post #4 of 34

Looks great Jason. Congrats for getting involved with the kids fundraiser. Looks like you have some great helpers as well!

post #5 of 34

What a Great Family project for a excellent cause. Those butts look fantastic..can't wait to see the final pile of pulled pork.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif

post #6 of 34

Great Job and a Great Cause!!




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post #7 of 34

Wow looks like everyone's going to be eaten good!!!

post #8 of 34
Originally Posted by TJohnson View Post

Great Job and a Great Cause!!






post #9 of 34
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Thanks everyone. It has been a LONG day. Left them on for 12 hours and got help pulling them.


Here they are just before coming off the cooker.





Here are some of the folks we had to help pull all of them in 2 hours.




And here are a couple of the final product. We sold by the pound and had containers perfect for it.


Thanks for looking.








post #10 of 34

Looks great.  Good job for a great cause.  Looks like they had fun helping as well.

post #11 of 34

bet that took some attention. great effort there. :)

post #12 of 34

Way to go JP !


Great job, Great Qview, and Great Cause!!!!



Thanks for showing,


post #13 of 34

Great job man - Nice looking Butts too

post #14 of 34
WOW all I can say is WOW!!!!
post #15 of 34

great job on the butts. hope you had a sucssesful sale

post #16 of 34

Thats just great just great and they look super !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

post #17 of 34

great job.. looks tasty icon14.gif

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post #19 of 34

Wow that's alot of butt! Any trouble getting all of them through the danger zone?

post #20 of 34
Thread Starter 

Thanks, everyone. They stalled at about 140-145 for a little bit, but jumped after not too long. My big mistake was not getting them all up to 200. I took them off the cookers at about 185-190. They were a little tough to pull, but since I wasn't doing most of the pulling, it didn't bother me too much. I chose not to foil, but for this many and for ease of pulling will foil from now on.


Thanks again for all the great comments.



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