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Pulled Pork Mustard/Rub

EggerinMOEggerinMO Posts: 47
edited 8:14PM in EggHead Forum
Ok which do I apply first.... Mustard or Rub? This is my first Boston Butt it is 7lbs planning on around 2 - 2.5 hours per pound at 225-235 I am already getting hungry
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  • eggerinMO,
    Mustard first then the rub. It helps the rub to stay on. I have tried is a few times and couldn't detect any real difference, so I don't use mustard anymore, but good luck with it.[p]Brews
    Matt.

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  • South O,[p]Same here. I used to use mustard on the pp, but don't anymore (although I still use it for my ribs).
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  • Tony,[p]WOW thanks for the quick responce..

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  • eggerinMO,
    I put the rub on several hours in advance, then slather the musterd right before putting it on the grill.....

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