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Pulled Pork w/ view

post #1 of 9
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Hey Everyone.  Just got done battling a 4 pound pork shoulder that took much, MUCH longer then anticipated, i suppose its the legendary "plateau"   Started at 11 Am, ended at 9:30 pm, anywho, enough talk, more pictures


The meat, ready for a nice sleep in the fridge




Visitor number one during the long battle




Visitor number two




And then the rain started, i had to improvise for a bit, meat was at around 155 at this point, granted it was at that point for an hour or two




Moved it inside and foiled at 165, about 10 minutes later it turned into a downpour, glad i moved it when i did, stole a picture of the bark:




And the finished pull




Topped it off with the finishing sauce from this website.  I must say, it was an epic battle, but i think i won

post #2 of 9

Looks great, did the critters get a bone? 

post #3 of 9

Looks great bet the taste was worth the wait.

post #4 of 9

Looks great, nice bark!

post #5 of 9

Looks delicious!!



post #6 of 9

yup nice bark looks good

post #7 of 9

Looks real good!!!


Great pics too!!!


Great timing too!!!!! Way to go!!




post #8 of 9

that looks good, when I to pulled pork, brisket , chuckie etc I smoke something like ribs or meat loaf that I know will cook in a time line and have the other then next day.  That way I do not rush it and we still eat

post #9 of 9
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Thanks for the comments everyone.  It turned out well, we did have a backup plan for dinner, which is standard when i cook icon_biggrin.gif  unfortunately the rain scared the critters away, so i didn't share, however a couple of the neighborhood dogs sure were interested in what was going on, but i'm greedy, didn't share with them either!

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