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Smoked a 6lb pork butt. Drank a lot of brew in the process, so forgot to take a picture. Turned out excellent. Followed the directions I found on the sight. Bone fell right out. We ate pulled pork for the next 3 days. The rub recipe found on the sight is a great all around rub. I added a few of my own ingredients. Seems to work well on a variety of meats. I have a masterbuilt digital electric. So far very happy with the unit.
One question: what is the best way to pull pork after it's done.
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Smoked a 6lb pork butt. Drank a lot of brew in the process, so forgot to take a picture. Turned out excellent. Followed the directions I found on the sight. Bone fell right out. We ate pulled pork for the next 3 days. The rub recipe found on the sight is a great all around rub. I added a few of my own ingredients. Seems to work well on a variety of meats. I have a masterbuilt digital electric. So far very happy with the unit.
One question: what is the best way to pull pork after it's done.
Tri tip next!!!

 

Sounds Great, Grizz !!!

 

I just use 2 forks, but I don't make that many of them.

 

If you go nuts making pulled Pork & Pulled Beef, you might want to look at one of the many types of "Bear Claws" out there.

 

 

Bear

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I have used those big salad forks, regular forks, pitch forks... No not pitch forks... I bought a set of the bear claws and they work super! 

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