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starting the fire/elder wards pulled pork

TomTom Posts: 189
edited 2:41AM in EggHead Forum
i'm using my large bge. for the first time to slow cook a pork shoulder. in elder wards instructions i can't visualize how he starts the fire. i have the lump jigsawed even and am wondering what to do to? can anyone help?

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  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    tom,[p]Just lite it on top of the lump. Make sure the firebox is full - upto the firering.[p]Disregard the recipe's suggestion of cooking at 200 deg and use 225-250 deg. It will cook a little less but 200 is very very hard to hold over night - the fires go out too easily.[p]Good luck - have fun[p]Tim
  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    tom,[p]Check out the link to elder ward's instructions. Scroll down to the cooking section, it gives directions for lighting. I hope this helps.[p]Chuck <><

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  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    Tim M,[p]The quicker finger wins. Have a great day Tim.[p]Chuck <><

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