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Brisket or pulled pork to go?

BmeierBmeier Posts: 16
edited July 2012 in EggHead Forum

I am heading to the lake in few weeks and want to bring up either a brisket or pork shoulder to share with the boys. The plan would be to cook it on a sunday to eat either the following thursday or friday night for dinner. I can keep it frozen if needed. Looking for advice/suggestions.

Thanks,

Bob

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Comments

  • pulled pork hands down. If you can't eat a brisket right off the egg, do yourself a huge favor and do pork shoulder.

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  • RenatboostRenatboost Posts: 26
    pulled pork hands down. If you can't eat a brisket right off the egg, do yourself a huge favor and do pork shoulder.

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