my shoulder is hurtin'

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newinok

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Original poster
Jun 22, 2007
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been smokin' for a year or two, but got an unforeseen problem today. alarm didn't go off this morning and i'm smokin' a 10# shoulder today. simply put, i don't have any hours in the day to smoke this all the way through for dinner tonight. any help about wrapping it in foil and putting it in the oven for a few hours after i've smoked for awhile would be really appreciated.

just found this website/forum yesterday, and it is hands down the best i've ever seen (can't wait to try some of the finishing sauces tonight!) thanks so much in advance,

mike
 
First....welcome to the club! Second...since butts are very forgiving, you should be able to smoke it to an internal temp of 140, then wrap and place in oven, say about 300 (or even 350) to speed things up, then remove it when the internal temps get to 190 and let it coast to 200. Good luck and save some for me.
 
i appreciate the help. didn't realize that shoulder was a forgiving cut. again, thanks for getting me through.
 
You should do fine with what SmokeWatcher suggested.

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Thanks,
 
Sounds like you already got some great advice. I'll just add my welcome to SMF. Come back often and let us know how the pork came out.
 
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