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How to fit and cook 4 butts on a large egg

rjm522rjm522 Posts: 7
edited February 2013 in EggHead Forum
All: We are having guests over to the house next week and pulled pork will be the fare. I need to cook four 8 to 10 pound butts.....32 to 40 pounds off meat in total on a large BGE. I have to cook all of them at the same time also. I won't be able to use the V rack this time due to space constraints. Is it possible to stack the butts on top of one another? The grill extender I have from BGE isn't tall enough. I have a couple of old bricks in the garage. Could I put them on the grid and then place another smaller grid on top of that? Is it safe to use old bricks in the BGE? I don't want to poison anyone. Any suggestions will be appreciated.....if you have pics of home made extenders that would be great also.
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