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I think I like this turbo thing
I have always done pork butts low and slow but since I joined this forum I have heard about the turbo method, so I thought I would give it a try. 6.6 lb pork butt at 350 indirect on my XL. I have hesitated before since some have said the bark is not as good on a turbo butt. I did not find that to be the case at all. After about 6 1/2 hrs the butt was at 200 internal. Nice bark and tasty too! Rubbed with salt, pepper, garlic, chile powder and cumin. Made pork carnitas that were outstanding. I'm a believer!