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Pulled Pork (Naked Whiz style)

MattMatt Posts: 103
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
All --[p]I'm going to try my first pulled pork on the Egg this weekend. I've got plans for Friday and friends coming for dinner on Saturday, so I anticipate a 12-hour cook on Saturday. I've already rubbed the shoulder to get the pellicle working.[p]So, I was looking at the instructions on Naked Whiz about how much charcoal is needed for an overnight cook. I anticipate that a 12-hour cook will take a comparable amount of time (the amount of energy transferred to the meat in either case). But, in the NW picture, it looks like there is a significant amount of fuel left over. How much do I really need? How about placement of my wood chunks within the firebox?[p]Thanks a bunch.[p]Matt


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