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Initial fire temerature prior to shutting down to cook at 240 degrees. Does it matter .....
FIxing to cook an 8 lb. pork butt with bone. Do I need to let my fire get to a certain temperature BEFORE I shut it down to cook the entire time at around 240 degrees? If so, what temperature? I expect about a 12 - 15 hour total cook at 240 degrees. Want to make sure my fire goes as long as possible. I will have it filled to the top of the firebox.