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Bone in vs boneless butts

I'm posting this for Creswell, he's having issues finding the "New Discussion" button on his Mac (browser issue maybe?).

Here' goes...
"Is there something that I should do or expect that will be different from the bone in.  I bought 4 - 3 to 4# butts and i'm going to do an over night cook.  I've been very successful with  a bone-in and I want it to be right."



  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 14,259
    They aren't very big - they'll cook fast.   I'd just get up early and cook them in the morning.  You can easily cook them in 4-5 hours.
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