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Old 03-10-2013, 13:52   #1
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Boston Butt

I've got two Boston Butts smoking nice and slow in the offset smoker. They marinated all night in an apple juice / cider vinegar based injection, then they were treated with my own pork rub. In about 14 hours I will have barbeque perfection.

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Old 03-10-2013, 14:55   #2
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You did not include serving time or address, Njoy nothin better than a smoked butt.
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You did not include serving time or address, Njoy nothin better than a smoked butt.
Well, after smoking for 14 hours I will place the meat into a cooler to rest and come to a reasonable temp to handle. By that time of will be ready for lunch tomorrow.

I plan to deliver about five pounds of barbeque and a couple pounds of smoked tenderloin to my local gun shop. They treat me good so I repay the favor when I smoke large quantities of meat.

.......and the location is somewhere along the Savannah River in GA.

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