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  • Re: Wrapping a pork butt?

    Mud Pig said:
    Just a quick note. I do add "pig liquor" to my pork butt after I pull it. People swear by my pulled pork and I find that this seasons all the meat along with the chopped up bark beautifully. Pig Liquor recipe: (per pork butt) 2 cups apple juice 1 cup apple cider vinegar 2 tbs of the rub you use on your butt Boil it Add it to your pulled pork and then serve. You shall become a legend. MP
    Two questions: Do you boil it just until the flavors combine, or do you attempt to reduce it? Second, do you serve it with sauce as well?
  • Re: BBQ smell

    A basic question.  Why would you WANT to get the BBQ smell off of you?  Dogs and chicks will follow you around all day.
    Just to make VI's comment clear; he is referring to dogs and baby chickens. Attractive young ladies will have noting to do with you if you smell like pig butt.
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