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Pork butt going on Cookshack

post #1 of 7
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I am doing a 5lb pork butt today. The plan is to go with a 240 degree smoke and have it ready for dinner. I put it on at 8:15 am and am using half hickory and half apple.

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We got a decent rain last night and my smoker cover leaks like crazy. I went with a 3rd party cover and not the Cookshack brand so maybe I should try for an exchange.
post #2 of 7
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Here are some shots of the final product. I started to run out of time so I foiled and finished in the oven for the last 15 degrees. I smoked 8.5 hours at 240 and it only hit 180.

It was excellent tasting.

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Sometimes we have to improvise, looks awesome..... Nice smoke ! icon14.gif
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Everything looks great!!  Some nice crispy cole slaw always goes with pulled pork.  Reinhard

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WAIT!!!!! Put that coleslaw on your sandwich and add Texas Pete hot sauce!

post #6 of 7
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Throwing some slaw on the sandwich did cross my mind. I tend to prefer mayo slaw on a sandwich, but your idea with the hot sauce is something I will have to try.


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post #7 of 7

Looks delicious.  I love cole slaw on my sammies!!!

 

Scott

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