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post #21 of 25

WOW Beautiful bark on that.   Excellent pics also. I have not had a good stall on all the butts I have done either. It seems to run right through it.  Thumbs up for sure.

post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by ondagawood View Post

OMG that is fantastic looking !  I have yet to do a shoulder (butt) but I'm gonna do one I think on Fri.  What is the "time per lb." formula ?  & yeah I know it depends on the temps. too.....

 

 

Thx,

Scott

 

 

    for quality product you want to cook to temperature rather than time...meaning you want the shoulder to get to 200-205 internal no matter how long it takes.  Rough rough rough estimates are around 1.5 hours per pound but like i said, it's fools gold to plan your day on a certain amount of time. good luck.
 

post #23 of 25
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    for quality product you want to cook to temperature rather than time...meaning you want the shoulder to get to 200-205 internal no matter how long it takes.  Rough rough rough estimates are around 1.5 hours per pound but like i said, it's fools gold to plan your day on a certain amount of time. good luck.
 


Thank you I will "watch" the temp gauge !
 

post #24 of 25

Great Post, thanks for  the Q VIEW

Just curious, was that butt around 4-1/2 to 5lbs?

post #25 of 25
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it was a picinic shoulder at 4.12 pounds.................bob

 

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