trial by fire

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Smoke Blower
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OTBS Member
Feb 5, 2006
Magna, UT
11 1/2 hours and the temp is 179* and I think they look great two came out of the smoker now for slicing the other two staying in until 200* for pulled pork
I will add pics in the morning
eighteen hours later temp is 200* and done they were so tender I didn't have to pull them I just grabbed the bone and they fell apart. smelled fantastic and tasted better than that. sorry no pics I dropped my camera last night.

now iI have to go to physical therapy and take a nap !!!!!
I took the pork shoulders (picnic roasts) in to the physical therepist when I went for pt on my shoulder and the first one was gone by the time I made the second trip bringing them in so I guess that means they turned out OK Thanks everyone for all of the tips and advise
Mark, Glad they turned out and glad we could help out. Enjoyed talking with you and looking forward to seeing you tomorrow. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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