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First Pulled Pork

HasenphefferHasenpheffer Posts: 156
edited 1:42AM in EggHead Forum
<p />I started the fire at 10:15 last night and put a 4.6 lb picinic on at 10:45 and shut the lid. After 15.5 hours the piggy reached 197 degrees. I belive long cook time was because the temp fluctuated a bit over night. At any rate, it turned out great! [p]


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    <p />Wrapped the picinic in foil and towels and stuck in a cooler for 2 hours. Unwrapped it and it fell apart with a fork. :-)

  • Hasenfeffer,[p]Congratulations to you on your first successful overnighter! I'm sure many more will follow...[p]Mac
  • jake42jake42 Posts: 931
    You should be proud of yourself. Looks great. After I shred mine, I usually sprinkle it with some Dizzy Pig seasoning.

  • jake42,[p]Thanks![p]I need to try some of these special rubs.
    I coated the picinic with the BGE rub prior to the cook.
    It was good but maybe a tad too much salt.

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