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Reheating pulled pork and tonight’s dinner

Suam461

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Hey all,
I’ve got a pork butt in the smoker that is for tomorrow’s dinner and was wondering if anyone had tips for reheating it? I figure I’ll pull it tonight and save the juices to add as I heat it tomorrow so it doesn’t dry out in the oven. I would have just made it same day, but the in laws are in town and I can’t take the whole day to make dinner (and they’ve been wanting to try something from my smoker!)
Since I was gonna have my smoker running today I took the opportunity to try some beef short ribs for my dinner tonight. Smoked till they were 160, then put them in a foil pan with some red wine until they hit 205. They were pretty tasty and basically fell off their bones! I will definitely try them again.
Thanks!
-L

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gmc2003

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At work I nuke PP, but at home I vacuum seal and reheat in a pot of simmering water. You can use a crock pot if you don't have a vacuum sealer.

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johnmeyer

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Suam461

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Thanks for the advice and links! I don't have a vacuum sealer yet (but I want to get one for when I do cheese!) But the crockpot is a good idea, I'll probably go with that!
-L
 

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