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It's been a while. Time to jump back in with a pork picnic.

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Good morning everyone, it has been a while since I have been on here. How has everyone been. I have still received emails so i have been seeing what you guys have been doing.

Any let's get to the Q. So I have done a couple of tenderloin and wings over the last few months. Well yesterday while grocery shopping with Jojo big sign that said pork picnic 0.99/lb. Didn't know if this was good or not but wanted some pulled pork so here we go.
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So got the smoker temp up to 260. Holding there and the picnic is out of the fridge and on the smoker. Stay tuned
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Just the beginning
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Great start!

 

I'm in!

 

Al

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Hit the stall at 160. Rook it out and wrapped because Jojo and the kids long the softer bark. Plus juicier that way. Forgot to take pics. Also through the skin in the smoker, wondering how that will come out
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Haven't had a chance to post a picture of the finished product. So here it is. Total cook time 11 hours. IT 201. Wrapped in a towel for 30 minutes.
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