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Second Pulled Pork

brick pig

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A few weeks ago I tried my first pulled pork, using the instructions in Meowey's sticky in this forum. It turned out great, so yesterday I did another one and took some pics for documentation. (My first attempt at sharing some Q-view.) Just for good measure, I threw in a couple beer-can chickens as well. Here are the pics:

Rubbed and bagged the night before:



Pre-heating the offset:



Meat in:



Sprayed with apple juice and bourbon:



Chickens done; pork ready for foil:



Cook time finished:



Wrapped for a rest:



Chickens wrapped for the freezer:



Out of the wrap:



De-boned:



Pulled and ready for dinner:



Yeah, buddy!

Cheers,

--BP
 

deannc

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The Qview turned out as good as everything you smoked! Thanks for sharing the Qview.  Great smoke!   


My favorite...pulled pork!
 

eman

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Looks like a great pile o pig!!!
 

pineywoods

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Looks like a bunch of fine eating
 

raptor700

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Great color on the PP! That's a very nice smoke you did there
 You being in NJ, did you use apple wood?
 

meateater

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Great job and nice smoke ring! That's a winner.
 

thebarbequeen

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WoW! what beautiful meat all around!  but especially that smoke ring and nice caramelization on that pig! and you're saying this is only the second one you've done? BRAVO!!
 

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Your pork looks fine and yummO too. But BUt BUT the chicken went straightnto the freezer. Willis whats's wrong with that picture. Atleast try some and you might not be trowing it into the freezer nextime.
 

brick pig

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Great color on the PP! That's a very nice smoke you did there
 You being in NJ, did you use apple wood?
I used applewood chips, yes. My main fuel was Kingsford Competition briquettes. Not optimum, I know, and not my usual choice, but it's what I happen to have on hand at the moment.


 
WoW! what beautiful meat all around!  but especially that smoke ring and nice caramelization on that pig! and you're saying this is only the second one you've done? BRAVO!!
It's only my second pulled pork, but I've been using this smoker for about four years now and I've gotten the basic operation down pretty well.


 


Your pork looks fine and yummO too. But BUt BUT the chicken went straightnto the freezer. Willis whats's wrong with that picture. Atleast try some and you might not be trowing it into the freezer nextime.
Oh, I've tried some. The beer-can chickens are a staple. We have them for dinner all the time, and I always throw in one or two if I've got room in the chamber during a smoke. We also just always keep a couple in the freezer to use for chicken chili, chicken corn chowder, chicken and dumplings, whatever.... Trust me, they'll be put to good use.
 
 

cole

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OMG, I thought I could actually smell it.  Must be some kind of psychological trigger mechanism... or Pavlov was correct!
 

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