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Veterans Day pulled pork

post #1 of 8
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Just put a seasoned pork butt on my Old Smokey about three hours ago. Cherry for smoke. Going to meat (pun intended) up with some vets tomorrow and enjoy potluck.

Thanks to all for their service, past and present.

Wish all of you could be there.

Enjoy your day wherever you are.

Peace on Earth.

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post #2 of 8

Cowboy that sounds good and I bet they will like it, tell them thanks for their service and if you also if you served,,Thank you!! 

 

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We need them pics !!! 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

DS
 

post #3 of 8
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Planning on some pics of the vets and their toys. Getting some of the cook, also.
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Planning on some pics of the vets and their toys. Getting some of the cook, also.

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I'm in

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post #6 of 8

Enjoy your cook with the vets too, cookie11

 

I can't say thank you enough to all our men and women in the service. My oldest is Navy, and I'm about as proud as a father can be.

post #7 of 8
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Picked up a 13# Butt on sale yesterday ($.99) a pound. This will be pulled pork for Veterans Day.
Rubbed up with mustard and rub last night. Loaded up my chimney at 0600 with KB and the fire box , using the Minion method.
Pulled Butt from reefer at 0620 and left Butt out to add my Special Shot and warm to room temperature.
0700 Old Smokey stabilized at 260, added Cherry chips and butt.
Reloaded KB at 1200, temp down to 210, IT at 145.
Took IT at 1500; 170-180.

post #8 of 8

Looking good so far 

 

DS
 

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