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First Low and Slow on the UDS...Pork Shoulder

post #1 of 9
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Trying a pork shoulder on the UDS. Here are some pics and it is sitting on the UDS as I type.

 

Here's the label with info.

 

All dressed and ready to go.

 

I put a thin coating of my wife's honey mustard and then rubbed it down with some Smokehouse Maple. This stuff is awesome on grilled pork chops, so I said what the hell...why not.

 

Just got her on at 1145p. UDS has settled in at 225-230° so far in the first 30 minutes.

 

For fuel I am using the remaining lump I had from BJ's. Came out to about 18# worth which filled the basket to about 3/4 full. I mixed in some Jack Daniels barrel chips(love em) for flavor. Doing the minion method with about 3/4 full chimney dumped right on top of lump. I'll keep everyone posted. Looking forward to tomorrow afternoon.

 

Chad

post #2 of 9

What time is dinnnerth_Slab_of_meat.gif

post #3 of 9

i bet it will be great. post pics. BTW i fallowed the UDS build. nice job,

happy smoken.

david

post #4 of 9
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Just pulled her off. She is resting nice and comfortably wrapped in a blanket of foil and towels and placed in a cooler.

 

 

Chad

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Just pulled her off. She is resting nice and comfortably wrapped in a blanket of foil and towels and placed in a cooler.

 

 

Chad

now for the most important part. call ups and ship it overnight to me. i will tell you how it was.

looks good. how long did it smoke? what INT?

happy smoken.

david

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I put it on at 2345 last night and just pulled it off at 1300 so what is that, 13 hrs or so at steady temp of 240ish and the internal was 193 when I pulled the probe. This UDS is awesome. I actually got a full 8 hrs of sleep and didn't touch the vents. I had 1 pipe open and the rest closed. Set a hi/lo alarm of 250/220 and the alarm never went off on my Mav ET73. I went to bed at 0100 and woke up at 0900 and the thermometer was still reading 240° and IT was at 166°. I had to get up and make sure I didn't lose connection between the ET73 units..lol.

 

Chad

post #7 of 9
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Well here are the pics of the inside and after being pulled.

 

 

 

Tastes amazing.

 

Chad
 

post #8 of 9

Oh Lawdy, how about Fed-Xing me a couple of sandwiches Looks-Great.gif

post #9 of 9

man that looks great

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