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Pulled Pork Dinner for New Years Eve

doongie

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The plan was to be down at the neighbors house at 5:30 for dinner on New Years Eve.

Meat got rubbed (Angelo’s Pork Ribs and Poultry, from Ft Worth TX) Wed evening around dinner time, for a 12 hr rest in the fridge. Got up early and had the smoker going at 220 about 5:15 am, got the meat ready and loaded in the smoker with about 16 inches of Lumberjack hickory pellets in the AMNPS. 9 hrs later I had to kick it up to 275 to get the meat finished on time. The dip at about 11 hrs was when I removed the one that reached 203 first.
Turned out excellent, 10 people left about a cereal bowl worth of meat at 1am.

happy New Year!

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gmc2003

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Your PP looks really good - Happy New Year

Point for sure
Chris
 

jcam222

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That some gorgeous bark and tasty looking pull.
 

HalfSmoked

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Real nice job like the bark.

Warren
 

JLeonard

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I’d been fighting for that bowl of leftovers. Looks darn good.
Jim
 

Millberry

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The plan was to be down at the neighbors house at 5:30 for dinner on New Years Eve.

Meat got rubbed (Angelo’s Pork Ribs and Poultry, from Ft Worth TX) Wed evening around dinner time, for a 12 hr rest in the fridge. Got up early and had the smoker going at 220 about 5:15 am, got the meat ready and loaded in the smoker with about 16 inches of Lumberjack hickory pellets in the AMNPS. 9 hrs later I had to kick it up to 275 to get the meat finished on time. The dip at about 11 hrs was when I removed the one that reached 203 first.
Turned out excellent, 10 people left about a cereal bowl worth of meat at 1am.

happy New Year!

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The plan was to be down at the neighbors house at 5:30 for dinner on New Years Eve.

Meat got rubbed (Angelo’s Pork Ribs and Poultry, from Ft Worth TX) Wed evening around dinner time, for a 12 hr rest in the fridge. Got up early and had the smoker going at 220 about 5:15 am, got the meat ready and loaded in the smoker with about 16 inches of Lumberjack hickory pellets in the AMNPS. 9 hrs later I had to kick it up to 275 to get the meat finished on time. The dip at about 11 hrs was when I removed the one that reached 203 first.
Turned out excellent, 10 people left about a cereal bowl worth of meat at 1am.

happy New Year!

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That is a beautifu bark--wow! May I ask what you think of the MEATER thermometer? Thanks, Charlie
 

doongie

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I like the Meater, but I‘ve had some minor issues with the bluetooth connection. It doesn’t seem to have much range through the smoker, or the oven door. Other than that, I quite like it, but am considering a FireBoard for multiple pieces in the same cook.
 

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