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post #41 of 48
Foam, thankyou for the input.its not so much what I wanted to do ....I had 7 hrs.on it.to much time for overnight in the oven.my mistake was starting it to late.next one ill plan better.
post #42 of 48
The butt came out awsome.7 hrs. on the trailmaster.covered it.put it in the fridge.pulled it at 6 am .oven at 225 for 8 hrs. In a pan covered and water / apple juice base.you be the judge...[IMG]
post #43 of 48
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The claws worked great jaikun! Decent price on amazon so why not? Lol.
post #44 of 48
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It was a late stall for sure aceoky. But it came out great! Thanks.
post #45 of 48
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Those look great smoke bros! I didn't foil mine during the smoke cause I wanted more bark.
post #46 of 48
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I've never stopped a smoke before the meat was done and refrigerated until a later time and finished the cooking process kwkk. I'm not calling you out for being a "sissy" or anything else for not being able to stay up to finish. I'm just worried that there might be a bacteria issue with that. Scares me a bit.

Looked great though! Glad it came out good! In the future give yourself 2 hours per pound as a high end ballpark time and you should finish early!
post #47 of 48
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Hey Foamheart glad to know I helped you out by taking your stall this time! But they say giving is better than receiving so I'll be glad to give you my next stall! Enjoy it! Lol!
post #48 of 48
No problem.I am a sissy in bed by 10.bacteria is a legit concern.
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