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post #21 of 27

very nice !

post #22 of 27

Definately looks Yummy !!!!drool.gif

post #23 of 27
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Here are the Q-view of the first bunch of butts being pulled.  The blue bowl down in the bottom of the second pic contains the juices I poured out of the wrapping.  I saved it off, put in fridge and a few hours later scrapped off the fat layer and had some fine pork juice reserve jello.


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Here are the last two butts getting ready to be smoked.



These two were almost 9lbs each.  I put them on the smoke around 6pm and removed them at 165deg at about 4am.  I have them wrapped sitting in a 250 deg oven to finish. 


I did have some issues early on in the night as temps dropped into the low 50's high 40's.  I rushed out to the local home depot before they closed and picked up a fresh propane tank and a water heater wrap just in case I had issues holding temps.  Luckily I did not have to use it.  I was able to maintain around 235 all night.


Now I better have plenty of PP now!

post #24 of 27

Nice job! I'm sure your work will be greatly appreciated!

post #25 of 27

Mm! Mm! Mm!  That looks mighty tastey! drool.gif

post #26 of 27
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Thanks to this forum and the folks here my pulled pork for my sons party was a huge success. sausage.gif I have about 10lbs or so left over which is a plus.

Next up on the smoke list are those pork shots I've seen on here.
post #27 of 27

Take 2 1/2 pound of the leftover and try this...  This was the first time I made this particular recipe and it was great!  You could also use some pulled pork in ABT's. Pork shots are a winner also.

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