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Poll Results: Which date works for you? Please vote only once.

Poll expired: Aug 3, 2012  
  • 33% (5)
    Saturday, September 15th
  • 20% (3)
    Saturday, October 13th
  • 46% (7)
    Saturday, October 20th
15 Total Votes  
post #601 of 605
The size of the post makes it look scarier than it is, It's really not that much work. Thanks for the kudos, definitely makes the effort worth it for me. I rarely cook for myself, always for the folks that enjoy it.

I'm slacking on the review but will get it done.
post #602 of 605
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Originally Posted by dstew100 View Post

The size of the post makes it look scarier than it is, It's really not that much work. Thanks for the kudos, definitely makes the effort worth it for me. I rarely cook for myself, always for the folks that enjoy it.
I'm slacking on the review but will get it done.

I've got a couple butts with this recipe on the smoker now... if it's as promised it may become my new Super Bowl centerpiece. Thanks!
post #603 of 605
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Originally Posted by laeriq View Post

I've got a couple butts with this recipe on the smoker now... if it's as promised it may become my new Super Bowl centerpiece. Thanks!

Awesome, would love to hear how it turns out, what you think, and if you have any suggestions. I luv some good constructive criticism feedback on my cooks so please don't be shy.

A Boston butt / pork shoulder really is a forgiving piece of meat. Go low and slow, cook to temp (def use a meat thermometer), and it'll be great. It's perfect for gatherings as folks can just make a quick sandwich whenever, I'm thinking about doing egrets chilli again for the big game.
post #604 of 605
Oh, not sure if this is obvious or not but the bark on the outside stays in too. Great flavor there, sometimes its thick enough I have to chop it up with a knife but keep that stuff in there.
post #605 of 605
Well the pork was awesome as promised... probably my second favorite recipe of all time behind Alton Brown's pulled pork. I mated it with a tomato and vinegar sauce that I got as a Xmas present and it was very tasty indeed!
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