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jbwiljr

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My first post about my Pitts and Spitts Maverick 850 came up short as I forgot to take pictures of the money shot of my Wagyu brisket. Learned my lesson. Here are the baby backs and pulled pork from today. Turned out oh so good.
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Looks like a solid smoke ring on the pulled, can I assume that juice in the pan was just what collected there while it rested? That's a good sign of a nice moist pulled pork. Ribs split in the middle, so I am guessing you took the membrane off. Looks like a five star meal to me!
 
Looks like a solid smoke ring on the pulled, can I assume that juice in the pan was just what collected there while it rested? That's a good sign of a nice moist pulled pork. Ribs split in the middle, so I am guessing you took the membrane off. Looks like a five star meal to me!
Membrane always off for me. I actually pulled some of the juice out of the pan after the rest and before this picture. The butt and the ribs were both very moist. Some of the best I have ever cooked.
 
Lookin' Good. Those Pitts & Spitts Smokers are really nice...JJ
 
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