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JimEJimE Posts: 158
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I know this has been talked about before but I just wanted to make sure, I am smoking 3 butts total # of 14 and do I need to figure on 2 hours per pound on the 14# or the average of the three. Neen to know so we can get readdy for the supper bowl.

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  • jim,[p]If there is more then 1/2 of a pound difference between them, you are probably looking at them getting done at materially different times. I'd weigh the largest one and use it's weight to gage your maximum cook time. Weigh the smallest and use its weight as a gage of the first probable “done time”. [p]Monitor the temperature of the smallest one and pull it when it’s done. Then do the same for the others. I hope they are not more than 2 pounds apart because that could be a real pain if you want to serve it all at once. [p]HTH

  • JimEJimE Posts: 158
    BabyBoomBBQ ,
    thank you, will follow

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