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Ok so I put 3 8 pound bone in butts on last night at 10. Everything was good all night long. This am @6
:30 two of the three butts were at 200* Temp was confirmed with Thermopen. And I had calibrated the egg thermometer. Third butt was at 187. Pulled the two and FTC. Got up at 9:30 and the third butt was still hovering at 190. Pulled apart the two butts and they are in croc pots simmering, The third butt still at 190 4 hours later. Why such a difference?? It even seems odd that the two butts were done in 8.5 hours. I have heard that every butt is different. But really this different. Egg is at 250, we aren;t eating for a while so I have time just kind of a weird scenario. Any comments for the crowd. TIA
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