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Pulled pork is on it's way..... (Obviously NF!!) - might as well do some baby backs as well...

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Just put a couple of 9 pounders on the Smokey Mountain Cooker.....

 

 

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Rubbed up nice.....

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On the cooker they go.....

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Burt :)

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Pulled pork sounds nasty Burt!... I used to do that in my younger days... ;)

 

I try to do it as much as possible.... and my wife loves it when I do it..... :D

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That looks a lot like an H20 smoker I've got.

 

Any more details on how you seasoned that and cooked it up?

 

And maybe a picture of the completed result?

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That looks a lot like an H20 smoker I've got.

 

Any more details on how you seasoned that and cooked it up?

 

And maybe a picture of the completed result?

 

This would be somewhat similar the the H2O.... this is the Weber version of the bullet smoker.

 

Here is the rub I use:

 

Southern Succor Rub

 

1/4 cup ground black pepper

1/4 cup paprika

1/4 cup Turbinado sugar

2 Tablespoons table salt

2 teaspoons dry mustard

1 teaspoon cayenne pepper

Mix ingredients thoroughly. Makes enough rub for one pork butt.

 

About a fist size of oak and a fist and a half of maple for wood. Fuel is Maple Leaf lump. Empty water pan (foiled). Usually run around 250-275F lid temp.

 

These will probably take around 13-15 hrs until finished.... check back for more BBQ porn lol...

 

Burt :)

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Thanks for the recipe!

 

I had to look up turbinado sugar...

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbinado_sugar

 

What temp do you try to maintain for the cooking process? Obviously a low one considering the cooking time.

 

Whenever I smoke meat or fish at low temp with bbq briquets and wood chips it tends to be a long process suitable for a sunny day liberally lubricated with cold beer. :)

 

But I've never gone for 13-15 hours! I think I'd fall off my chair first!

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Going good so far at 7am.....

 

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Burt :)

 

Dang Burt, you sure know how to bring tears to a guys eyes!

 

I'm over on Head Street salivating over my Timmies, wanna deliver a morsel......... :lol:

 

J...

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hahah AWSOME !!! Pulled pork is a huge favourite of mine !

 

I actually just ordered a small pork butt from the local butcher to make some myself ! haha I should get the call around noon to pick it up.... then it will be in the slow cooker ALL DAY tomorrow....

 

I cook mine in Dianas sauce all day long.... tastes pretty freaking good to me ! hahah

 

Mind if I stop by for dinner tonight... yours looks like it will be off the charts !!!!

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Dang Burt, you sure know how to bring tears to a guys eyes!

 

I'm over on Head Street salivating over my Timmies, wanna deliver a morsel......... :lol:

 

J...

 

John, I am seriously within half a KM of you, can you smell it???? :lol:

 

Now Lunker, you're a bit farther away....

 

Burt :)

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John, I am seriously within half a KM of you, can you smell it???? :lol:

 

Now Lunker, you're a bit farther away....

 

Burt :)

 

That sweet smokey smell is drifting into my office.....can't concentrate!

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I'm super jealous!

 

My wife makes an AMAZING pulled pork just on the stove top, but don't tell her I'm drooling over yours!

 

We just had ribfest in St. Catharines and that looks like its going to be tastier than anything they served up!

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HOHOHOH!! Instant cardiac arrest material right there. I'd leave that slab on the counter and by the end of the day it would be gone!!

 

Glen you is a dirt mcgirt ain't ya??!!

 

YUMMMERS!

 

cheers

HD

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Looks great!

 

What internal temperature do you aim for?

 

Around 195F, right now the top one is as 182F. I am used to a temp. plateau at around 175F, but the last few I have purchased from Foodland have stalled in the low 180's.

 

Burt :)

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Done!

 

Like a couple of meteorites.... nice!

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Butt #1

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Butt #2

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Into the fridge for tomorrow evening...

 

Now to make up a batch of Carolina Red sauce....

 

Burt :)

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You gotta kill this thread man...I'm starving!

 

Nope..... not killing it..... going to post pics of sandwiches tomorrow evening LMAO... :lol:

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Done!

 

Like a couple of meteorites.... nice!

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Butt #1

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Butt #2

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Into the fridge for tomorrow evening...

 

Now to make up a batch of Carolina Red sauce....

 

Burt :)

 

Carolina vinegar based sauce too......damn! You're killin' me Burt. At least have the decency to have the wind blow in the other direction!.. :w00t:

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The rest of the family likes the tomato based BBQ sauce but I have to run the vinegar.

 

This is the one I make up:

 

Carolina Red

2 cups cider vinegar

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup ketchup

2 TBSP worchestershire sauce

1 TBSP honey

1 TBSP brown sugar

1 tsp cayene pepper

1 TBSP fresh black pepper

2 tsp sea salt

1 TBSP margarine

 

Simmer 15-20 minutes.

 

Burt :)

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The rest of the family likes the tomato based BBQ sauce but I have to run the vinegar.

 

This is the one I make up:

 

Carolina Red

2 cups cider vinegar

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup ketchup

2 TBSP worchestershire sauce

1 TBSP honey

1 TBSP brown sugar

1 tsp cayene pepper

1 TBSP fresh black pepper

2 tsp sea salt

1 TBSP margarine

 

Simmer 15-20 minutes.

 

Burt :)

 

There's a place between Fayetteville and Lumberton NC that serves up the best BBQ. You know the kinda place where your arteries harden the minute you walk through the door. They make up to 20 gallons of that sauce a day.

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Glen you is a dirt mcgirt ain't ya??!!

 

cheers

HD

 

... more like a Filthy McNasty eh! ;)

 

 

Done!

 

Butt #1

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Butt #2

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Into the fridge for tomorrow evening...

 

Now to make up a batch of Carolina Red sauce....

 

Burt :)

 

Dude!!!... you mangled them!!!... I prefer mine sliced, but I'm sure those will be delectable nonetheless!!! :P

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