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TBQueTBQue Posts: 99
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I have done several searches on cooking butts and I know there is a ton of info on the subject. I have seen anywhere from 1 hour per pound wrapping in foil 1/2 way through to 3 hrs per pound. I am doing 2 boneless butts one 6.7 lbs and the other 7 lbs this weekend. I have tried two different butts at 250 indirect for an hour a pound unwrapped (foil) and they did not pull so well. I got the method from my local BGE store. I guess my questions are how long per pound and should the butts be wrapped a some point in foil? I am thinking I need to go longer per pound. Should the butt sit directly in a pan indirect or on a grill over a drip pan indirect? And lastly, should you inject the butt or not? I have done several seachers and have found a million different ways.

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