Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Thank you for what I have learned here.

It took way to long and finished in a 350 degree oven but my first
pulled pork is fantastic.

I guess 225 is an okay start temp but not a good finishing temp.
Eight hours on the smoke then two hours to get to 195. Still learning
to tend fire.

The meat is fantastic. I am going to do this again.



Gene



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cowboy wrote:
Thank you for what I have learned here.

It took way to long and finished in a 350 degree oven but my first
pulled pork is fantastic.

I guess 225 is an okay start temp but not a good finishing temp.
Eight hours on the smoke then two hours to get to 195. Still learning
to tend fire.

The meat is fantastic. I am going to do this again.


At 225 I'd expect to cook for 12 to 16 hours. You can increase the temp
to 275 and still get excellent results in a lot less time. Butts aren't
finicky.

Cam

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Cam wrote:
cowboy wrote:
Thank you for what I have learned here.

It took way to long and finished in a 350 degree oven but my first
pulled pork is fantastic.

I guess 225 is an okay start temp but not a good finishing temp.
Eight hours on the smoke then two hours to get to 195. Still learning
to tend fire.

The meat is fantastic. I am going to do this again.


At 225 I'd expect to cook for 12 to 16 hours. You can increase the temp
to 275 and still get excellent results in a lot less time. Butts aren't
finicky.

Cam

Or depending on the size, shorter or longer. But I agree,
I'd raise the temp.

Congratulations on being happy with it though.

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Still learning to tend fire.


That was the hard part for me too. Some smokers are easy, others you
have to spend a lot of time on them. Whatever, the food is good.
Congrats, and enjoy!

-John O



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