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Memorial Day Cook for 200!!

post #1 of 9
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Happy Memorial Day and thank you to those who have served!!

This is my 3rd cook in the new pit and it was a 2 day event. In total I did 60 lbs (finished) pulled pork, 2 Packer Briskets, 31 racks of baby backs, 175 pieces of chicken and some sausages.

I started friday morning and cooked only brisket and butts since they take the longest. Temp for this cook was 275 and it took right at 12.5 hours for the butts to hit my target temp.

Today I did the baby backs and chicken as well as one brisket. The one I cooked yesterday lost a lot so lucky enough my butcher opened up early for me and trimmed up another one.

I stayed at 250 for the whole cook and since the ribs needed to be cut individually I cooked them like comp ribs and then sliced, put in pans and into the warming box for the rest of the time. I have to say this is one of the smoothest cooks I've had thus far, especially with doing everything myself. Anyhow, here's what it looked like start to finish....












post #2 of 9
Boy that is one heck of a cook! Fantastic job!!

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post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by hardcookin View Post

Boy that is one heck of a cook! Fantastic job!!

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Thank you very much. Enjoyed the whole process but man does it feel good to relax!
post #4 of 9

Job well done!!!

 

Everything looks fantastic!!!

post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by SmokeFever View Post

Thank you very much. Enjoyed the whole process but man does it feel good to relax!
I love doing big smokes...but I sure do sleep good that night!
Again nice smoke!!
post #6 of 9
Impressive smoke!
post #7 of 9

That is very impressive!

 

Great smoke!

 

Al

post #8 of 9
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Thank you all very much!
post #9 of 9
Awesome! How did you store the meat cooked the day before??
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