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Tonights cook

BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
edited 2:12PM in EggHead Forum
8.25# butt for tonight, rubbed with Dizzy Dust coarse grind,mustard and a little more Dust. Wrapped in saran wrap and overnight in the fridge.[p]I'm guessing about 16 hours. Anyone else doing a low&slow this weekend.[p]Cheers,
New Bob


  • New Bob,
    still nibbling last weekend's butt. ..tomorrow night its the thick filet minions i cut up when i bought the whole tenderloin a couple of weeks ago. .. . plan to dizzy dust them (cow lick), and do the trex method. .. .[p]enjoy your weekend!!!

  • RaySRayS Posts: 114
    New Bob,[p]Same idea Bob. I took the day off today to get some work done around the house, but before I did anything I went to the grocery store this morning where they had pork on sale so I decided to make Pulled Pork for dinner tonight. Mine is only 3 1/2 #s rubbed down with Dizzy Pig. The temperature is sitting at abount 170 right now. [p]Oh yeah the work, well maybe tomorrow. ;)[p]Have a good weekend. [p]Rays
  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    The reason I got such a large one is my 2 neighbors are asking me to do it. Do you recall the price of pork there (wherever there is LOL) I paid $1.99 per #.[p]Enjoy your pork and have a good weekend.[p]New Bob

  • RaySRayS Posts: 114
    New Bob,[p]Normally I don't worry too much about the price, I have too much of a passion for good food, but for you I went out to the trash can to get the sticker off the package. The price here in Ontario Canada is $5.05 per kilogram which works out to about $2.30 per pound ( on sale price ). Most of the pork roasts around here are in the 3 to 5 lb. range at the grocery store.[p]Rays
  • BBQfan1BBQfan1 Posts: 562
    New Bob,
    Ray lives about 40 miles from me, so I hope he caught the sales I did this week at chain stores in our region. One had shoulder roasts, picnic portion, running 8-10 lbs for .97 lb and the other chain (A&P; that's in the US too, isn't it? Ray and are in Canada) had the same thing for 1.30 lb...
    I've got a 9 lber going on later tonight for a Saturday early Mother's Day meal.....

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    WOW, thanks for going the extra mile. I don't normally compare either but when I read that you got it on sale thought to ask just out of curiosity. [p]Thanks,
    New Bob

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Not sure about A&P. Sounds like you got a great price for the area. I'm planing on putting my butt in around 8 or 9 tonight. Got to keep my neighbors happy.[p]Enjoy your Mother's day meal.[p]Thanks,
    New Bob

  • Mike in MNMike in MN Posts: 546
    My pork shoulder, Boston Blade was $2.39, 4.45#'s....[p]End product satisfaction...Priceless![p]But the 2 porterhouses were on sale @ $5.28/# (1.15# and 1.49#) They are my bargain meal of the weekend! Don't tell my Dr. I'm going over the 4 ounces allowed...[p]Mike in MN

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