Pork shoulder and brisket together

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scandall

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Mar 15, 2011
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Eastern Washington
Good afternoon to you all, I haven't posted ever and thought this would yield some results.
I received a "z" grill and smoked a pork butt on it. Came out great. Now I'm looking for answers about smoking a pork shoulder and brisket at the same time. Lots of company coming so I don't have time to do one and then the other using different woods. I've got my meats; a 7 lb. brisket point and a 7 lb B/I shoulder. Can this be done successfully? Your comments are greatly appreciated! Thank you, Scandall!
 

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If they both fit on the grill, they can be successfully cooked together. Would be the same target IT, I assume? Just will have to rotate the meat on the grill as the cook progresses for hot spots. Otherwise go after it and git it done. What temp you running?
 
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What SmokinEdge said, as long as they both fit, I don't see any reason why you can't cook them both at the same time.
 
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If they both fit on the grill, they can be successfully cooked together. Would be the same target IT, I assume? Just will have to rotate the meat on the grill as the cook progresses for hot spots. Otherwise go after it and git it done. What temp you running?
Thanks, I went to 225 but averaged around 215. They are looking great so far!
 
Sounds like solid advice from the others. But, my question is.....Where and when do we eat? :emoji_wink: :emoji_laughing: Welcome to the forums from Mississippi!
Jim
 
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Welcome from Iowa! And yes we love seeing pics! Curious as well how it turned out for you.

Ryan
 
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