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Best way to reheat Boston Butt?
Things did not go as planned, butt done wayyyyy to early.What is the best way to re-heat? Have about 30 guests coming over. Not able to put in cooler........
Wrap in towels, put in turned off oven, microwave, anything to help hold a little heat.. Better too early than a half hour too late.
Cookin' on the coast
Shellman Bluff, GA
Thanks for the input, cooked quicker than I thought.
Little late but wrap in foil, then a towel put it in cooler. If it is right out of the oven you can go about four hours or so. Some say five but I am little conservative when comes to poising my guests
It will still be very warm even after four hours. If it is pulled pork soak in apple juice warm at 200 for about hour.
Gdub16 thanks. The guests liked it but I thought it was too dry.
I have frozen cooked butts whole and reheated with grest success by thawing, breaking into baseball size chunks (not shredded yet), place in aluminum foil pan with 1/2cup apple juice /1/2 cup apple cider vinegar, cover with foil and in the oven at 225-250 for an hr or so. If its too late for FTC method (which also works), give this a try.
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