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Cooking Two Pork Shoulders at Once

PapalikesPapalikes Posts: 25
edited November 2011 in Pork
Can a person put two pork shoulders in the same roast rack, or do they need to be separate (not touching) each other? I am sure the bark won't be the same, where they are contacting one another, but I wanted to know if anyone has any tricks up their sleeves?

Also, any considerations for cook time/temp needed?


  • where can I get that rack? that thing is awesome!
  • How was the pork shoulder?  Also what did you use for spice?  I'm going to smoke a port shoulder overnight;  FYI, the rack does look good.

    Minneapolis / St. Paul. Large & Mini
  • I am 22 hours into them at this point.  Smells pretty darned good on the patio right now.
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