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pork butt

  1. matuz

    Share your Green Mountain Grill Pork butt Profile?

    I am going to throw a butt or...two actually....on my Daniel Boone Sunday night, hoping to wake to some delicious pulled pork for lunch on Monday. I was looking at the profile to smoke pork on my GMG App, and was wondering if anyone had toyed around created one and and would want to share? I...
  2. B

    Finally got a smoker

    After weeks of using a smoke box on my Weber, I finally got a smoker. I went with the Rec Tec 340. Breaking her in today with a pork butt!
  3. gimmeharmony

    Overnight Pork Butt Heater Meter Vision Grill QView

    Injected a pork butt with some peach nectar and a little rub. Using Jeff's rub. Threw it in last night and going low and slow at 225°. It is holding steady so far and we are in the stall. Temps are very mild in Worthington, OH. 67° right now.
  4. reformedvegan

    Help me with my first pork butt?

    First time with a real long cook on a big piece of meat. I got a 9 lb. pork butt at the store yesterday. I'm planning to serve it at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow. I plan to cook this on my Pit Boss 700s. My understanding is: mustard and cover w/rub let rest in fridge for 12 hours fill pellet cooker...
  5. Jclear

    My First Pork Butt Cook - Pics and Details

    I made a plan and have been taking notes since I started this cook, last night at 10:30. I have some pics and I'll list out details like I did in the notes I took. I'll be honest, I've had some trouble with this cook, especially keeping my fire going and hot. I'm not sure if it's something...
  6. K

    SmokeRx - the first large scale test

    I recently finished the build for my cold/hot smoker which my son-in-law thinks looks like a hospital crash cart so we named it SmokeRx. This last weekend my daughter and wife asked me to cook brisket and pulled pork for an event they were hosting for 150 people. Seemed like a good challenge...
  7. tropics

    Spanish Chorizo

    Found a small 5 lb. Pork Butt in the freezer on Wed, so Friday I de-boned & ground it. Pork Butt Used the KA to mix trying to keep my hands from aching Stuffed on Sunday This was 5 pounds On to today put them in the oven for an hour to dry the casings Set the smoker to 150°F in they went 3...
  8. Misplaced Nebraskan

    Pork 3 Way! With Pics...

    Happy New Year Y'all! We had a small shindig so I decided Pork Butt would be a quick easy cook. Then I decided I wanted more Pork Belly and that lead to also wanting to try the Pork Belly Braid, cause why not!? The following ensued... Cook Details: Date: 12/31/19 Meat: Pork Butt (Bone In)...
  9. GreytQ

    Pork Butts on sale at Aldi ($0.85/lb)

    Aldi has boneless pork butts on sale for $0.85 a pound now through Tuesday, October 15. 2019. Check the weekly ad for your local store to make sure they are participating. https://www.aldi.us/en/weekly-specials/our-weekly-ads/ We picked up two, each in the 6# range. One is in "freezer camp"...
  10. TxwrightxT

    Pork butt on the Old Smokey

    Well I’m back at it this week! Trying out a pork butt today. Hopefully I’ll have some delicious pulled pork for dinner tonight! Does it matter what you run in your drip pans? I’ve been using beer cause there’s no shortage of that while I’m out here lol.
  11. tropics

    Fresh Polish Sausage aka (White Sausage) pics added

    This does not have a lot of pics I was in a hurry to get it done. 7.75 lb Pork Butt debone and remove watery fat Ground threw the 1/4" plate no pics Stuffed hog casings for rings,no links or smoke for these Fresh Kielbasa 5 lb 2 Tbsp. salt 1/2 Tbsp. sugar 1 Lrg. clove garlic (...
  12. pigbark

    Pigbark . Making Pigbark and more.

    started my Chorizo BBQ baked beans yesterday. doing the Pork Butt today, and i threw in a Ribeye and London Broil which i have never smoked before.
  13. S

    What's better - 1 big or 2 small?

    Hi all, New to the forum. I will be cooking some pork butts for a party this weekend. Is there any reason to go for 1 larger butt rather than 2 smaller ones? The smaller will cook faster so seems it makes sense to go that way - less pellets to burn (I have a GMG Daniel Boone) and less sleep to...
  14. R

    First smoke, 8lb bone-in pork shoulder. Fingers Crossed!

    First smoke on my new Pit Boss Pro. Almost 4 hours salted in the fridge. Made my own rub, probably not enough. Rub was a whole lot of fresh ground pepper, plenty of garlic powder, dried minced onion(all I had on hand), a couple dashes of paprika, a dash of cayenne, and a dash of cumin...
  15. T

    Newbie on WSM

    Hi guys, been out of the smoking game for about 10 years and I'm easing my way back in with a WSM 14.5. Decided to smoke a pork butt roast and was wondering if the Texas crutch method will be needed? Ref...
  16. CamBow1898

    PORK BUTT REHEATING ISSUES

    Hello all, I've got a few questions on the best way to reheat my pork butt. So, I have a family event Sunday at 11am, with food served around noon,and I've committed to bring a smoked pork butt. The weather on Saturday night here in Little Rock isn't really going to be suitable to smoke in, so...
  17. BoilerBBQ

    First (and second) Keto Smoke

    I've been on the Keto diet for a few weeks now and grilling food fits into the diet very well, but this weekend was my first chance to smoke some "diet" food. I had family coming to town, so I decided to do an overnight pork butt. My normal rub is a secret recipe from my former volunteer fire...
  18. jmardock

    Meat-a-Palooza

    I wanted to smoke a standing rib roast for New Years Eve dinner, so I went to Costco a few days earlier and accidentally brought home a lot more meat than that. Since I was taking some time off from work for the holidays, I decided to spend a couple of days smoking a lot of the meat to freeze...
  19. nkpal624

    First Pork Butt - Pulled Pork

    Just finished up my first pork butt tonight. It went extremely well for my first time. It ulled apart very easily and tasted delicious. It was about 7.5 lbs raw and took 9 hours on the smoker with a temperature hovering around 225°. I crutched it with foil at 160° and took it off of the smoker...
  20. loosechangedru

    Pulled Beef and Pork, and Ribs for the family

    My family (7 adults and 2 kids) is going to Blue Ridge for an extended weekend, and we've divided meal duties amongst different family members. As fun as it would be to run my 18.5 WSM at our cabin rental, I don't think it would outweigh the pain of traveling with it in a Prius. I decided to...
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