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Old 05-11-2015, 03:35 PM   #91
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190 for a pork butt, 2 hours rest time after.

Roughly 2 hours per uncooked pound on a pork butt.


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Old 05-11-2015, 03:53 PM   #92
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Just did this one yesterday. Took all the way to 198°. Took 9 hours without wrapping. Smoker at 225° the entire time.

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Old 05-11-2015, 03:54 PM   #93
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Just did this one yesterday. Took all the way to 198°. Took 9 hours without wrapping. Smoker at 225° the entire time.

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5lbs? Roughly?

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I ended up with 4 lbs of pork after it was pulled.
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Old 05-11-2015, 06:59 PM   #95
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190 for a pork butt, 2 hours rest time after.

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Right. But what temp do you take the BEEF to.
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Old 05-11-2015, 07:00 PM   #96
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Right. But what temp do you take the BEEF to.
195 - 200
Sorry, I missed that you asked about the beef if you go over the 200 mark it's ok there's plenty of moisture in the pan.

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Thanks. I appreciate the info!
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How many lbs. We're the pork shoulders?
How long did it take?

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They were on the small side, around 5-6 pounds each. Smoked at 225* for the duration, left uncovered the whole time (I crutched my first attempt at a pork butt, and since smoking them unwrapped I'll never foil a pork butt again)
They took pretty much 12 hours to get to 190*.

The result was fantastic. Buying a FoodSaver was one of the best investments I've ever made. I warmed the meat up inside the vacuum sealed bags in a pot of boiling water and the meat was as close to fresh and moist as it was when I pulled it. I could hardly believe it had been frozen for a whole week.

We had pulled pork taco's for dinner on Saturday and for breakfast Sunday morning we had......wait for it........ pulled pork pancakes. (Pulled pork over a pancake with a poached egg on top and covered in syrup). A must-try if their ever was one.
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Old 05-20-2015, 05:58 PM   #99
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They were on the small side, around 5-6 pounds each. Smoked at 225* for the duration, left uncovered the whole time (I crutched my first attempt at a pork butt, and since smoking them unwrapped I'll never foil a pork butt again)
They took pretty much 12 hours to get to 190*.

The result was fantastic. Buying a FoodSaver was one of the best investments I've ever made. I warmed the meat up inside the vacuum sealed bags in a pot of boiling water and the meat was as close to fresh and moist as it was when I pulled it. I could hardly believe it had been frozen for a whole week.

We had pulled pork taco's for dinner on Saturday and for breakfast Sunday morning we had......wait for it........ pulled pork pancakes. (Pulled pork over a pancake with a poached egg on top and covered in syrup). A must-try if their ever was one.
I'll have to try that!

My 7 lb butts @ 225 for 12 hours were perfect!
No foil right on the grate.
Foiled them up after reaching temp and let them set on the counter for 2 hours.
Mmmmmm good!

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We had pulled pork taco's for dinner on Saturday and for breakfast Sunday morning we had......wait for it........ pulled pork pancakes. (Pulled pork over a pancake with a poached egg on top and covered in syrup). A must-try if their ever was one.
I took a pound of pulled pork on last week's camping trip. We never got around to it because we had so much lasagna left over. Last morning for breakfast i whipped up a few eggs and I had a pulled pork omelet.
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