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Pork Burnt Ends

tortaboytortaboy Posts: 29
edited September 2012 in Forum List
Smoked a couple of butts today because my son is about to go back to college, and he asked for some pulled pork burgers (Like in the Hardee's ad). In case you have not seen the features two bikini clad young women eating thick hamburgers covered with pulled pork. Judging by the waistline of the young ladies...I'm guessing they don't eat too many of the burgers they advertise. 

...butt, I digress. 

Along with my butts, I bought a pack of pork cushion to see if I could make some good pork burnt ends. I rubbed the cushion meat with SM Cherry and put it in the egg until it hit about 160. Then, I cut the meat into cubes, sauced it, and seasoned it with salt, pepper, and garlic...and back onto the smoker.

I was cooking pretty hot today (300-325), so the burnt ends took as long as the butts (About 7 hours in total).

Good tasting meat. Everyone liked them.
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