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butt help needed!

SlimSlim Posts: 44
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
putt on a 5 lb butt this am at 5 has been in there 8 hours i am at 163 question is do i stay at 230 or is there a temp when reached that i can increase the egg up to 300 or so? thanks looks FANTASTIC!
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  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    slim,[p]You are just getting into the temperature range that all of the good things start to happen with the meal. Extending the cook in this temperature range is a good thing if you have the time available. If time is short, kick the dome to 250-275°F. The internal temperature will be slow to rise, but will quicken after about 170-175°F.[p]Spin
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  • SlimSlim Posts: 44
    Spin,thanks good things are worth waiting for! appreciate the help

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  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    slim,[p]Once the internal temperature reaches 170°F kick the dome temp up to 275°F. Remove the meal at 190-195°F internal temp and tent under foil for a 20-30 minute rest. Then pull it apart and enjoy.[p]Spin[p]
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