This last weekend

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billclarkson

Smoke Blower
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Sep 6, 2006
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Refugio, Texas
I am here to tell you a picture is for sure worth a thousand words, but then how do you turn that into taste. Wanted to share a few photos of the Boston Butt and some brats i did this last weekend. Now that i have overcome these mighty pieces of meat, guess it will be time to see if i can smoke up a good brisket. Now can someone tell me how to do it good ole south texas style. Yes i am from south texas but never done one before, but have sure read up on how to pick one out. Now hoping for some good advice on rubs and finishing sauces. Thanks to all for the advice which i am about to receive. Oh and by the way would have posted photos of the smoke but they did not come out, wanted to see if it would show up just slightly rolling out of the rim but guess too light of smoke, better luck next time. Gonna see if i can become a proud member of the OTBS.

Bill
USMC RETIRED....ooorahhhhhhhh
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Very nice looking butt there Bill! Good job!

A simple mustard, garlic, onion, paprika and canjun spice rub will do nicely
 
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