- Joined Jan 1, 2010
looks great man
No the bottom did not have the bark as the top, I put the fat to the bottom and it turned out just fine. The meat still got enough smoke.. That is the nice thing about this website, you can learn many different ways to smoke.... The next time I will try without the pan just to try something differentBikr4jc,
The reason I put a pan below the meat is because I like to have the entire piece of meat exposed to the smoke and I don't want the meat to sit in the drippings while cooking. I return the meat to the pan with the accumulated drippings and baste when it is time to foil. Was the bottom of the butt the same color and texture as the top of the butt?
There are many ways to do great smoke. Congrats on the great looking food.
Looks great, I was wondering how much propane you used on the stubborn butt. I have the same Masterbuilt and only used it once prior to putting 14lbs of shoulder/butt on tonight. Just wondering.
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