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Pulled pork for the first time on the homemade offset.

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Did a mustard base for the rub this time (chili powder, paprika, brown sugar, onion and garlic powder, cayanne, salt, pepper, ground mustard)


About 3 hours in


Hanging in the garage as it chugs along


In the stall

Edited by vartz04 - 8/30/15 at 1:59pm
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Have you cooked anything on it yet? How about some pics as well.
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Did some chicken 1/4s on it about 2 weeks ago. This is my first long run. All wood minus a chimney of lump to get it started. Using plum and apple wood
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Turned out great


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Nice smoke ! icon14.gif
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Nice build! And the PP looks great, too!  thumb1.gif

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Thanks all best bark I have ever had
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Seems your new smoker works just fine.  That some good looking PP

 

Gary

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I will say the plum wood worked great. Wasn't sure if it would or not as it was just some rogue tree in my parents neighbor's yard that a large branch fell off of into my parents yard. Little yellow sweet fruits all over it.

Now I need to go back to my parents and get the rest of it as I used about 1/2 of what I took on this smoke.

As far as using all wood - smoke ring and bark was a lot better in this then when using my MINI WSM with charcoal and a few wood chunks. Smoke flavor wasn't that much stronger. Amount of babysitting is through the roof more than with the mini.
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