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Beautiful day for a pork butt in Broken Arrow OK!

post #1 of 9
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Dutch's Wicked Baked Beans, sounded amazing so had to try them!

10 pound pork butt, late start...may be a long day!  Quick pic while putting the beans in.  This is my second attempt, my first came out pretty good a couple weeks ago, hoping this one is even better.  I kept notes for the first so pretty much following them cooking around 250 to an IT of 200-205.  First butt pics below.

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Happy Smokin!

Robbi

post #2 of 9

That's some good looking PP!!!!!

 

Great bark!

 

Really juicy!

 

Awesome job!!

Al

post #3 of 9

Good looking pork butt ya got there.  Those beans are gonna be killer!

post #4 of 9
Looks tasty. Can't go wrong with pork butt and Dutch's Wicked beans. They are tasty!
post #5 of 9
Thread Starter 

Thanks all!

 

After a late start and 2 teenage boys who thought they would starve to death I pulled it off the smoker at 180 IT and finished in the oven at about 730 last night. I had a little trouble maintaining the temp this time after about 6 hours it dropped to under 200 so I ended up adding more charcoal I started with the chimney starter.  Any tips on how to sustain the temp longer or is that about all I'll get with the WSM 14.5?  I would have like to finished it on the smoker but it honestly was just as good.  It had been on for almost 9 hours.  The beans were so good, I had left out the jalapeno because no one likes spice but me but I think I'll add a little next time.  Pics below,  I think I want to try a brisket next. 

both done on my WSM 14.5

 

Robbi

post #6 of 9

Great job!

 

They both look excellent!!

 

Al

post #7 of 9
Robbi,

Can't help with the WSM, but hello from Broken Arrow, OK as well. I'm in Battle Creek. Howdy neighbor.


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post #8 of 9

Just now seeing this and you knocked it out of the park on that pork butt and beans!     Great job.

post #9 of 9

Next time you have a late start, cut it in half and they will cook faster.  And as a bonus you get more bark.

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