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First overnight cook

HarrisFramptonHarrisFrampton Posts: 37
edited July 2012 in Pork
Finally decided to do an overnight cook.  Picked up a pack of shoulders @ Costco and brine/marinated for 24 hrs.  Put on egg @ 4 pm and cooked @ 225 until noon the next day with the internal temp @ 200. After removing from the egg, wrapped them in foil and put in cooler for 2  hours. It was worth the wait, the kiddos started eating as soon as I took the meat out of the cooler.  Will definitely be doing again.
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Lots of garlic and orange juice.


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Comments

  • DDay6642DDay6642 Posts: 4
    For your overnighter how much lump did you put in? 
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  • BuckeyeBobBuckeyeBob Posts: 643
    DDay, When I have done overnight, I clean out the whole firebox and put all new lump in filling it back up. Not had a problem keeping it going all night.
    Clarendon Hills, IL
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  • Did the same as Buckeye Bob stated, still have plenty of lump left after.
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