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Boston Butt is DONE!

STANGOJESTANGOJE Posts: 44
edited May 2012 in EggHead Forum
I put this Boston Butt on this morning, dome temp 250,  at 9:15AM, pulled it off the Egg at 5:15PM, 205 degrees.  Tons of great bark, moist and tasty.....


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  • STANGOJESTANGOJE Posts: 44
    edited May 2012
    BTW:  I use fire bricks on Low and Slow cooks.
  • I put this Boston Butt on this morning, dome temp 250,  at 9:15AM, pulled it off the Egg at 5:15PM, 205 degrees.  Tons of great bark, moist and tasty.....


    that's too easy.  I cooked 18 lbs of butts for 17 hours, followed by a chicken, followed by hot dogs for the my baseball picnic.  while i'm kidding kidding about your cook being easy (and by easy I really mean quick) I will say I removed butts at 195 and wrapped them in foil for 1 hour while the chicken cooked and butts absolutely fell apart when touched. 
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