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    We always use the King's Hawaiian rolls for pulled pork.
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    I put a 7 pound bone in shoulder on the smoker just before 10 PM last night. It's current temp is 189. Looks like our game time meal has been turned into a post game meal. Pork shoulder is the kicker of BBQ.
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    Just pulled a whole shoulder off the smoker. I had it cut to it to get both picnic and a boston butt. 20 hours to get to 195. At a $1.29 a pound I can put up with the poor temperament of pork.
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    I love pulled pork tacos. Good idea to go straight to the tacos and bypass the sandwiches. I should try that next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bestellen View Post
    I love pulled pork tacos. Good idea to go straight to the tacos and bypass the sandwiches. I should try that next time.
    Solid first post. I look forward to many more!

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    I'm bringing dinner to my neighbors. I asked them what they wanted and he left for a minute and then came back with a frozen rack of baby backs. Since my smoker was going anyway, I picked up a couple butts. They cooked faster than expected but came out great. I just chopped about 2 pounds and put them in the beans that are on the smoker with the ribs. There will be some good eating tonight.
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    I smoked two shoulders for my son's baptism lunch. They were at 190 degrees about 11 hours before they would be served. I pulled them from the smoke, wrapped them in foil and put them in the oven at 200 degrees. Four hours before serving time they were at 202, so I FTC'd and pulled at eating time. I saved the renderings and poured them over the pulled product (they did dry out a bit), and it was perfect. A little slaw and Head Country BBQ sauce (there's a Clack joke in there somewhere), and it was great eating.
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    The meal turned out pretty good. The homemade BBQ sauce went really well with the pulled pork and in the beans.

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    Four butts injected, rubbed, and ready for the smoker at 2 a.m. Life is good.

    Anyone got a cigarette?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaka View Post
    Four butts injected, rubbed, and ready for the smoker at 2 a.m. Life is good.

    Anyone got a cigarette?
    Did you ever find a cig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    Did you ever find a cig?

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    No. However, my pulled pork was so good that it won the hearts of the masses.

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