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Master of the Pit
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Nov 19, 2009
Casa Grande, AZ
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So…This weekend Safeway had bone-in pork shoulders on sale for .99/lbs. I couldn’t pass on it. So I picked up a 15 lbs pack (2 shoulders) for $15.

Seasoned them up the night before. Using a mixtuer of my rub w/ Mad Hunky (half and half). Wrapped them tightly in plastic wrap, and they bathed in the meat drawer in the fridge overnight.

Got my charcoal chimney started the next morning @ about 7:30. Hickory Kingsford and peach wood chunks for smoke. Unwrapped the 2 shoulders, and applied some more rub and a nice coating of brown sugar up top. I scarred the fat cap in both directions, making sure to get rub down to the meat in the cuts.

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I made up a batch of bbq sauce as the shoulders came off the drum (@195). Left the shoulders tented for just over an hour before pulling.

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Here is the finished sauce. Started w/ Jeff’s recipe, and modified w/ some onions and changed the heat factor

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Here’s the sangwich creation. Thin wheat bread buns, w/ a good sized scoop of Poke

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A layer of BBQ Sauce

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A little bit of cabbage for the crunch factor

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Some red potato salad to finish it off. Time to carb up

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Gone but not forgotten. RIP
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Mar 12, 2009

Now thats looks so so so good and I haven't eaten yet. It sure looks like some really yummy way to spend a COLD afternoon all bundled up with a good fire and see ya I'm going inside theses a fire.


Gone but not forgotten. RIP
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Jul 26, 2009
Great job TD.  I am going to the fridge for a snack

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