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Post low and slow Butt advise Urgent - Apologies not necessary
Going to Northern Minnesota for an annual fishing trip with 11 Friends this morning. I decided to cook up 14 lbs of Butt, because Cow Lick Chili just did not sound like a good idea for a cabin full of 12 men. At any rate the butt came out of the Egg at 203 degrees at 4 am this morning. It is currently 6:45, I am leaving at 8 am and the butt is not going to be eaten until either noonish or 3-4 pm.
I have it currently FTC'd but I am curious what your thoughts are for transport given my schedule? I am considering pulling it and putting it in a tin disposable pan and wrapping in foil or leaving as it is in the FTC.
What would you do? Any other ideas?