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pulled pork - is this a problem
I'm cooking 6 pork shoulders on 2 eggs. They have maintined their temp all night. I know this because I was up checking on them every 1.5 hours.
I just went out and checked the temps of the butts. On one egg, two are in the 165 range and one is 193. I'll pull that one soon.
On the other egg, they are MUCH lower temps and one butt is reading 138 in several places, 141 in other places. Should I toss that butt since it obviously was lower than 140 for a LONG time. wouldn't any bacteria that formed be killed once it gets to a higher temp? The other two butts on that egg are only in the mid 150 range.
what to do, what to do...