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Fire went out overnight. Toss 'em?

dmgershdmgersh Posts: 4
edited August 2013 in Pork
I put on 2 8.5 pound butts at about midnight last night. I got up and checked on it around 3 or 330, and the temperature was around 300, so I made some slight adjustments and went back to bed. My first overnight cook since my barbecue guru died.

This morning around 7 o'clock I discovered the fire had gone out, the temperature was down around 160, and the meat was at about 115°. I put them in the oven while I got the fire restarted, and the temperature in the never went below 110. Do I need to throw them out?

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