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Getting ready for 4th of July BBQ

post #1 of 9
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Got a nice huge pork butt just sat overnight with my rub on it. I don't want to wait to smoke it!
post #2 of 9

Show off that beauty as you go along!  I am going to be doing my smoking tomorrow for a party on Saturday!

 

Kat

post #3 of 9
That looks huge. How much does it weigh?
post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 
Yeah it has a nice fat cap on it that is just melting!!! An it's only about 7 lbs. it's on a small cookie sheet. Lol. But heres am updated pic. Also threw on some sausage for a snack till its done.
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Yum looking good

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Looks like you gave everything under control.
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Oh and I always use oak soaked over night in water. My good friend had a fallen red oak in his yard for a good ten years so it's very dry and well seasoned for smoking!! In also looking into a nearby apple orchard (milburns) for some nice apple branches to try. They always drop branches and they either get thrown out and chipped up or burnt.
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Decided to throw a few shots worth of jack on the coals. Lit up nice to warm up the new chunks and wow what a smell!!!!! I've (of course) been tasting a few small prices of the bark of the pork and dam!!! Worth it!!!
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Lookin good FD!

 

Be sure to give us some finished shots!

 


Bill

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