We wanted to invite another couple over for good food and good times, and pork butt on the SRG seemed like a good way to go because it takes only 4-6 hours or so.
Because of the day, it was proper to put out our flags. Although my late brother did not die in combat, he was an A4 pilot.
I like to mix the rub with cheap yellow mustard before I apply
Into the SRG on high for 15 minutes
Taken off the SRG at around 200 degrees, foiled, and into the house oven (set at 200 degrees) to rest and wait for company
Pulled like butter
Some of our company like to slather with sweet BBQ sauce, but this time I wanted to make Philly cheese butt sandwiches for myself. Pork was heaped onto the hot iron and white American cheese slices was worked into the meat until melted. The sandwich was then topped with caramelized onion.
Edited by IdahoPZ - 5/31/16 at 10:43am