or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Picnic Roast

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 

Started a smoke last night for a pulled pork dinner.  I am looking for a 202-205 degree target temp. 

I got a Pork Shoulder 8.39lbs @ $1.34/pound

 

I rubbed it down with a Bassi BBQ rub I make and decided to smoke on apple chips.

35 degrees outside

Smoker set to 225

7:30PM - smoker started, apple chips added

8:00PM – Picnic Roast place in the smoker, at 225 degrees

8:30PM – Added apple chips.

9:30PM – Added apple chips.

10:30PM – Added apple chips.

2:45 AM – Temp Alarm went off, smoker temp at 199 degrees.  Smoker was off.  Unplugged the smoker and plugged it back to regain power.  I think the extension cord is not making a proper connection.

9:00 AM – Insert the temp probe.  Internal temperature 178 degrees

 

10:00 AM – Internal temperature 185 degrees

11:00 AM – Internal temperature 189 IT

 

I'll post some pics of the finished roast. 

post #2 of 6
Thread Starter 

I continued threw the afternoon and pulled it out at 4PM

 

12:30 PM – Internal temperature 194 IT

1:00 PM – Internal temperature 196 IT

1:30 PM – Internal temperature 198 IT

2:00 PM – Internal temperature 198 IT

2:30 PM – Internal temperature 199 IT

3:30 PM – Internal temperature 201 IT

4:00 PM – Internal temperature 202 IT

 

Right before i pulled it out of the smoker.

 

A couple minute rest before I pull it.


And finally it pulled. 


It was served up with some homemade BBQ sauce, and coleslaw. 

post #3 of 6

That sure enough looks like pulled pork.

 

How long was your rest, and did you wrap it for the rest?

post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 

I let it rest for about 15 minutes.  Mostly because I find it too hot to pull.  I use to kitchen forks, I do not have bear paws.  I also did not wrap it. 

post #5 of 6

Nice picnic!  points

B

post #6 of 6

C, Nice job on the picnic !

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Pork