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Old 05-23-2011, 09:42 PM   #171
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Nice rack.

I'm helping cook this weekend for an annual Memorial day party. Last year it was a mix of boston butts and whole shoulders. It was enough meat to cover most of the rack in a big oil drum smoker. This year we should be doing a good bit more. We are going to be feeding our party goers plus wedding guests 2 weeks later. We are precooking, chopping, and freezing enough BBQ for the wedding reception.
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Old 05-23-2011, 09:54 PM   #172
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Wife and I had several friends over this weekend for a just because BBQ and Homebrew. 31lbs of butt:
Nice! (man I have egg envy)


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Old 05-23-2011, 10:20 PM   #173
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I'm either doing pork butt or ribs or hey why not both this weekend. Probably burgers one day on the grill too.
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Old 05-24-2011, 01:27 AM   #174
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Old 05-24-2011, 01:30 AM   #175
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Put on a brisket last night. Smoker held at 210 (I was shooting for 205, 210 is fine) all night. Not bad for starting the smoker when drunk.

Will pull at 18 hours, maybe later.
I think we were doing the same exact thing at the sane exact time...including the drunk.
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Old 05-24-2011, 02:17 AM   #176
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Did a Boston Butt and Atomic Buffalo Turds on Sunday. If you've never heard of or done ABT's they are a halved/seeded jalape˝o filled with cream cheese (I used chive) put a lil' smokey inside and wrap with bacon. Smoked for 2 hours, THEY WERE AWESOME!
I pulled the pork and mixed in a Carolina Red sauce with BBQ Sauce and put some slaw on the top. Also made homemade rolls that were pretty good. The guests were very ecstatic and I fed 10 people on an 8 lb. butt and had enough to send 5 sandwiches home and froze the rest. I couldn't imagine four butts like in the photo above. passedpawn, you must have been feeding an army!
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Mmmm...smoked turds.
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Taking the WSM to the lake for 5 days this memorial day. I have a brisket, 6 racks of ribs, 2 pork shoulders and the fixins for a whole mess of ABTs. Its going to burn non stop for the whole time Im thinkin
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Taking the WSM to the lake for 5 days this memorial day. I have a brisket, 6 racks of ribs, 2 pork shoulders and the fixins for a whole mess of ABTs. Its going to burn non stop for the whole time Im thinkin
Are you doing the whole sholder or just the butt or picnic? I have never seen anybody fit a whole sholder on a 18.5" WSM. Maybe you have the 22.5" model.
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passedpawn, you must have been feeding an army!
No me. I was replying. I've made 2 at a time... my grill won't do 4.


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