Doing an all nighter, multi-meat smoke, but pork is the dominatrix for the evenin', so the pork forum wins. The victims: 5 butts 2 briskets 4 racks beef back ribs 30 lbs chicken quarters 2 small pig halves (thanks Pineywoods!) Yeah, that's a lot of meat for just me. I'm selling 4 of the pulled butts for $25 each (friend and family rate). I'm also "catering" a friend's open house party with one of Jerry's pigs, one butt, one brisket, and 1/3 of the chicken. The other pig is going to my poker gang's Saturday night poker party. The last brisket, the ribs and the remaining 20 lbs of bird parts I keep. First up... Really just wanted to show the price of these butts! Cha CHING!! Didn't take pics of any other packaging, but the briskets, 7.5 lb each, were $2.23/lb, the ribs $2.28/lb, the chicken - 10 lb bags for $6.90/bag. Butts have been on for two hours, had a rest in Jeff's rub for 4 hours before gettin in the heat, gonna start spritzing with 3:1 apple juice:Capt Morgan in another hour. Chicken has been in my brine for 2 hours now, gonna give then at least 2 more before introducing them to smoke. Briskets are rubbed with gourmet steak seasoning and have been soakin it up for about 3 hours. Got a bourbon based mop to slather on it. They hit the racks at 0500. Ribs got a good douse of steak seasoning. They'll get an hour on the grate, a splash of mojo in the foil for an hour, then one more hour open. Pigs, they's gonna get a simple EVOO slather, some CBP and garlic salt. They go on at 0700. Everything has to be finished by 3:00 Saturday afternoon. Poker Brian is coming to get his pig, then I leave for Bob's open house right after. Stand to make almost $150 profit this weekend. The other 4 butts I'm gonna pull and freeze in 2 lb Vac Paks for my office mates. Will keep this thread running till complete unless I pass out!