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Success on the new to me cookshack

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This is the first shoulder I have done in the used cookshack I picked up Monday.11 pounds, 19 hours at 225 with hickory. Sprayed it a couple times with Apple juice towards the end. I have to say this came out amazing. The bark was perfect and the meat just fell apart. I think I have overdosed on pork.
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Should have made 2, that way you would have leftovers. Those cookshacks are great cookers, I really like mine, it is just one of the small ones about 12 years old and never an issue.

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That looks really good man!  :drool  Cookshacks are nice smokers... Good job & enjoy that Cookshack  Thumbs Up

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I am prepping two more tonight for Saturday's cookout. This was just the trial run. A tasty one at that.grilling_smilie.gif
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This is the first shoulder I have done in the used cookshack I picked up Monday.11 pounds, 19 hours at 225 with hickory. Sprayed it a couple times with Apple juice towards the end. I have to say this came out amazing. The bark was perfect and the meat just fell apart. I think I have overdosed on pork.

Looks awesome SS ! Nice smoke ! icon14.gif
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