Yesterday I smoked a 6 lb pork shoulder and a 6.5 lb brisket at 225 for about 7 hours. Used an electric Bradley smoker.
Pork was at 165 and brisket at 168 when I removed from smoker.
Took meat and covered each in foil and placed in oven at 225 to cook all night. It was cooking away in the oven for 2 hours before I went to bed.
Woke up this morning at 430 to pull pork and noticed that the power had flickered and the oven was off. I pulled out the pork, opened the foil and it was steaming and warm to the touch. In my pending panic attack, I didn't think to check temperatures. I just turned the oven back on.
At the most, the oven could have been off for 6 hours.
If I leave the meat in the oven for 5-6 hours today until the meat reaches 190, do you guys think it will be ok to eat?
I'm fairly new to smoking and bbq but this website has been such a great resource.
Thanks in advance!