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motoeric 01-31-2013 04:00 PM

PBC Cook Times
From some posts on the PBC it seems that these times have been used successfully.

If anyone has the cook times from when they have had successful cooks, please post them!

10 lb brisket - 5 hours*
13 lb brisket - 6.5 hours*
chicken halves - 2.5 hours*
Beef Ribs - 4.5 hours*
Steaks - 15 minutes*
Chicken Wings - 1 hour*
Chicken Halves: 2 hours 20 Minutes
Pork Ribs: 4 Hours (Hanging)
Tri-Tip: 35 to 40 Minutes (Medium Rare)
Turkey 16lbs: 4 Hours 30 Minutes
Leg of Lamb: 2 Hours

Cornish Game Hens: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Duck: 2 Hours
5 Bone Prime Rib: 2 Hours 20 Minutes

Pork Shoulder: 3 hours hanging, 2 hours 45 minutes wrapped and on grate

I'm assuming that the time for 'pork ribs' is for St. Louis, not babybacks.

I'd love hear from someone who's done pork butts. I'll be doing some sausage and top round on Sunday for the Superbowl, so I'll update afterwards.

* Times used by Brethren members. Times noted without asterisk are from the folks at Pit Barrel Cooker

bbqbull 01-31-2013 05:06 PM

Here is a Youtube video ref; pork shoulder/butt ona PBC.

Ron_L 01-31-2013 05:48 PM

If the timing for pork ribs came from the PBC videos he did both baby backs and St. Louis trimmed spares. I think the baby backs were 4 hours and the spares were about 1/2 hour more, but I didn't take notes :-D

motoeric 01-31-2013 05:49 PM

Updated w/ time for pork shoulder as per PBC video.


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