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12.3 lb pork shoulder just went on

post #1 of 8
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Grocery store had them for 99 a pound so I could not say no.  rubbed in yellow mustard and applied a rub i had from a previous boston butt smoke (Billlbo's rub found on the forum).  I am using a 30 MES with AMNPS with apple pellets at 230.  Here a pic of it all seasoned up.

 

 

I am trying no water in the pan this time.  I had a little trouble keeping the AMNPS lit last time so I closely monitoring. I pulled the chip loader and holder and have the vent fully open. 

 

I used SoFlaQuer's Carolina Mustard Sauce and SoFlaQuers finishing sauce.  Is there another Carolina Mustard anyone would recommend?  I like SoFlaQuers but want to try a new one.  

 

Also open to suggestions on some vegatables to try smoking.  I have done green beans, baked beans, corn, tomatoes and potatoes so far.  Let me know your favorites

post #2 of 8

Looks like a great start!

 

Here are some recipes for you to look over.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/newsearch?search=carolina+mustard+sauce

 

Al

post #3 of 8
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No issues with the amnps.  Here is a pic 6 hours in when probed (temp 132)

 

i have been spritzing w a apple cider vinegar and water mixture about every hour since probing.  Smoking stopped a little over 10 hours.  I foiled at 160 which took 11 hours, put the meat in the drip tray and added 1 cup of apple juice. I increased the temp to 250.  

 

Could i turn the temp up a little?  I plan to pull at 205


Edited by spohnat - 10/1/16 at 4:33pm
post #4 of 8

WOW.   Nice long cook.

 

Yes I would turn the temp up.    

post #5 of 8

That is looking good!

post #6 of 8
Looking good!
post #7 of 8
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pulled at 205.  16 hours cook time.  

 

 

removed from juices, wrapped in foil.  let it rest for 100 minutes.  here she is shredded and a little snack

 

 

i had frozen the drippings, removed the fat and added back in the drippings.  Also added SoFlaQuers finishing sauce

 

 

 

cooked down to 7 lbs and fits in a five quart pot.  Ill be enjoying it during football tomorrow. Go Browns, go Bills!

post #8 of 8

Nice job!

 

The PP looks delicious!

 

Al

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