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Bad Job on Pork Butt Turns Out Good

JethroJethro Posts: 495
edited 5:00PM in EggHead Forum
I did an overnight pulled pork cook on Saturday. I did a few things wrong; let the cooking tempature get up too high, cooked it too far past the temp I like to pull them at, and I shared some with a couple of the neighbors when it came off the grill. It was dryer than I prefer but did have a nice smokey flavor.[p]How I made it turn out good was that I used what I had left about 2 pounds, to make my first batch of Brunswick Stew. The whole family loved it even my picky 8 year old son. I used the general recipe in the link below, but used more hot sauce and pepper than the recipe indicates. I didn't have enough pork drippings so I added some olive oil as a subtitute and I also added about 14 ounces of Lima Beans.[p]I had heard many hear discussing Brunswick Stew and finally got to try it last year while passing through Georgia. For anyone who hasn't tried it give it a shot, it is not your typical stew.[p]Keep em Smokin,

[ul][li]Brunswick Stew[/ul]
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