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63 # of pork butt

KokemanKokeman Posts: 819
edited 12:59AM in EggHead Forum
I cooked 63# of pork butt for the guys at work. We recycle our soda cans and usually get pizza. Pulled Pork sounds so much better. I started at 2pm friday with four butts, about 29#. Pulled them off at 5:30am. That's the first picture. I reloaded the charcoal and put four more at 6am. I pulled them off at 11:45. I forgot to take a picture. (too tired I guess) I vacuumed sealed them for Tuesday. I am going to reheat it in a roaster pan.

Should I use coke when reheating?



  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    Looks mighty fine to me! The most I've cooked at one time was 49 pounds. Sept of next year I have to do about 105 pounds for a wedding. I will have my large, the father in laws large, and my medium if needed. Good luck with the work dinner. With pulled pork it would have to be a success!
  • You can use coke, I do all the time. While reheating if you see it's getting a little dry the coke is great to use. Never got a coke taste like some say. I also add chopped up sweet onion in mine. Nice job. :)
  • Teach42Teach42 Posts: 219
    Last time I did that, I did wind up with a coke taste, but I think I put too much in too fast. So I guess just err on the side of caution and add it in very small amounts. You can always add more, but if you add too much then you gotta do something else to get rid of that taste. I stirred in some bbq sauce which covered it up nicely.
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