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Picnic Roast

NooBBQNooBBQ Posts: 134
edited 8:58AM in EggHead Forum
Going to do my first long roast tomorrow, using this recipe

I have a 9.3# picnic roast, it was a special for liek $10 for the whole thing, but it is cut in 2 pieces of about equal size.

My question:

I was going with about 1hr/lbs (9-10 hrs), biut with this roast cut in two piecesdoes that affect the total time much?

nooBBQ,

Comments

  • Grandpas GrubGrandpas Grub Posts: 14,226
    If pulled, plan on 1.5 or 2 hrs per pound using the heavier piece to calculate the time as long as they are not touching each other.

    If touching then I would use 1.5 for the total weight. Remember to allow a good rest period.

    Pull at 195° to 200° internal temp. Dome 230° to 250°.

    GG
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