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post #21 of 24

The detail and completeness of your posts never fail to amaze me. Your recipes are taking up about half of my "to cook" list, keep 'em comin!

post #22 of 24

Looks absolutely mouth watering!!! 

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post #23 of 24
Thread Starter 

Sorry it too me so long to get back to you guys.
 

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Originally Posted by africanmeat View Post

Another  great one from the SQWIB stable 77.gif


Thankyou

 

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Originally Posted by BIG TWIG View Post

Very interesting SQWIB. I have thrown a butt in the oven cranked up pretty high once because my wife was complaining how long it was taking and it turned out fine but I agree, I love my "ME" time. Now I just get up in the middle of the night while she is sleeping and have a glorious smoke by myself.

 

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"Me" time is very important to our well being.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

Awesome man just awesome 

 

 

Thanks
 

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Originally Posted by Mdboatbum View Post

That's cool. Thanks for taking one for the team, and glad to know the limits of pulled pork are far beyond what we think. I had my smoker go mental on me once right as the butts reached 140˚, so I put 'em in a roasting pan with apple juice and vinegar, covered tightly with foil and let it ride at 225 in the oven. Total time including a little over 3 hours in the smoker was right at 12 hours for 2 butts totaling around 12lbs. Despite the abbreviated time in the smoker, they had a fantastic smoke flavor and the PP was some of the moistest, most tender I've ever had. Now I wanna try a hotter smoke.



Go for it, just done 3 racks of ribs at 275° that were no different than my 225° Ribs.



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Originally Posted by SmokinHusker View Post

Looks great and I never thought to do it Philly style. Will have to give this one a try...thanks for the share!



It's actually the preferred way to do PP in my household.



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Originally Posted by RdKnB View Post

Yhat was a interesting and educational post thanks


 

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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

You da Man Sqwib!! No doubt about it!!



 

Thank you gentleman.



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Originally Posted by dirtworldmike View Post

Looks great!!!!  I must be missing something. I couldn't get the link for the appetizers to work. They look yummy, but what are they??



Link was fixed shortly after post, sorry bout that.



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Originally Posted by Sound1 View Post

Another good one Sqwib. I had to push one for a short notice function over the holidays, it came out surprisingly good. Your research shows it can be done, just don't think I want to make it routine. Really $1.04 LB??  I can only hope. 

 

Yep cant beat that price. Dad said it was .99 a pound if you purchased something else, wasn't sure what he was talking about because I was so Damn excited about the $1.04 a pound


 

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Originally Posted by tjc View Post

  Sqwib,I'm in central NJ and got some fresh hams too. When the sales over and if you want Boston butts,go to Wegmans, they're $1.29 a lb,and that price is gauranteed to last till April,at least.I always thought they were very expensive but you can get some good deals there.

 

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Will do, I always thought Wegman's was pricy as well.

 

 

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Originally Posted by bmudd14474 View Post

Another great Thread with great Q-View. Thanks for sharing but can I get a invite next time? biggrin.gifdrool.gif


Absolutely, I have an "open door policy" just make sure it's not a B.Y.O.M. event, bring your own meat.

 



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Originally Posted by alelover View Post

Great post as usual Sqwib. PP looks really good.


 

Thank you


 

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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

Awesome as usual!...Your result is reasonable...a Butt or Shoulder in the Oven at 325*F will be ready to pull at 60 minutes a pound or less, and be moist...but I agree a Sunny warm day, a case of cold ones and 8-12 hour of piece and quiet!...Can't beat that!...JJ


 

Thanks Jimmy, Sunny Warm Day Hmmmm.

 

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Originally Posted by Smokin - K View Post

Normally I get nervous when the temps are even 10 to 20 degrees off the mark... Way to hold your composure...! Great looking Pulled Pork and what about those Appetizers!!!! OMG! I just ate and I'm ready for lunch!  Happy Smoking, Smokin - K


Thanks, I have been trying to relax more when I smoke, seems like the more we know, the more stressed we become.

I use to have a quote in my signature on other forums.

 

 

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The more I know, the more I worry. Ignorance is a comfortable state of mind.


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Originally Posted by SmokedInSTL View Post

drool.gifDrooling and speechless I am.

 


 

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Originally Posted by Frosty View Post

Superior work Sqwib!  Always like your results!  Congrats AGAIN.



 

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Originally Posted by SmokyMike View Post

Thanks for sharing all the details! Nice to know you can really push the limits and still put out a great product! 



Thanks guys

 

 

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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post

Another awesome smoke...................icon14.gif   Frank is still looking good

 

Joe


I hope he stays that way for a long long time, if not I gotta spring for a lang.

 


 

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Originally Posted by sprky View Post

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Originally Posted by berninga87 View Post

The detail and completeness of your posts never fail to amaze me. Your recipes are taking up about half of my "to cook" list, keep 'em comin!



 

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Originally Posted by TromaRon View Post

Looks absolutely mouth watering!!! 

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Thank you gentleman.

post #24 of 24

SQWIB,

 

This is awesome and gives me an idea to try Philly style tomorrow.  Got a butt in the freezer I'm pulling out and SMOKIN!

 

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