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2dumb2kwit 02-02-2013 10:20 AM

Oops!
 
I put a butt on to smoke, a few minutes ago, and I just realized that I had messed up.......I think. After I had put it on and gone back into the house, it dawned on me that I don't have an open beer.....anywhere. Do you guys think that this butt has a chance of still making some good pulled pork? Have any of you ever tried it this way?:-D

Ron_L 02-02-2013 10:24 AM

Nope. Give up. Order pizza.

Oh wait... no beer. skip the pizza too!

:-D

bizznessman 02-02-2013 10:27 AM

The only known way to correct this type of error is to mix a double Jack & Coke as quickly as possible to counter the lack of an opened beer at the beginning of the cook. Trust me......I know this from experience. :wink:

GrillBillie_D 02-02-2013 10:38 AM

Chances are good it will be inedible...you've got to try to get it back on track...double fist it and don't let that butt see you again without beer in hand

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wmrrock 02-02-2013 10:50 AM

Nothing to worry about - I had a beer and some tequila open for you. You should be all fine.

chriscw81 02-02-2013 11:14 AM

Calm down! Relax! We can work through this crisis together. Now, do you have a spousal unit on hand? Yes? Have said spousal unit depart on a mission to replenish the beer supply. :mrgreen:




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JohnHB 02-02-2013 12:41 PM

Pour a good stiff single malt. Add splash of water. Take a good gulp. Now go to butt with whiskey bottle in hand. Wave bottle around butt to satisfy butt that the booze question is adequately handled. This should get the butt back on track!!!
John

bigabyte 02-02-2013 01:35 PM

I agree. You need to switch to the harder stuff as penance.

Ijustwantedtolookatpics 02-02-2013 01:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bizznessman (Post 2351470)
The only known way to correct this type of error is to mix a double Jack & Coke as quickly as possible to counter the lack of an opened beer at the beginning of the cook. Trust me......I know this from experience. :wink:

I second this motion

flyingbassman5 02-02-2013 01:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bizznessman (Post 2351470)
The only known way to correct this type of error is to mix a double Jack & Coke as quickly as possible to counter the lack of an opened beer at the beginning of the cook. Trust me......I know this from experience. :wink:

I agree!! Though the only true remedy to this is to skip the coke and take the Jack on the rocks. Better yet, grab the bottle, two shot glasses, and head out to the pit and make a toast to the butt. Obviously, the butt can't drink so you must do his shot to satisfy him.

Godspeed my friend!!

(Geez, now you got me wanting a J&C. Thanks fellas! :biggrin1:)

Garrett 02-02-2013 02:04 PM

Forget what others have spoken!! YOU MUST SKIP ALL SHOT GLASSES, CUPS WITH ICE, OR OTHER RECEPTACLES. That will only slow you down. Get a good firm grip on that bottle of Jack or George ( what I prefer) and just turn it up. The only way you will know if you have gotten back on track is you will see the bubbleing effect created in the bottle. Then everything will be ok.

deerslayer8153 02-02-2013 02:12 PM

It's gonna be dicey but MAYBE if you play catch up it will be edible!

Bluesman 02-02-2013 02:19 PM

You have no recourse but to down, in one swallow an entire bottle of Jack. come on you can do it........we're here for you......drink, drink, drink.......

Mason Dixon Bowhunta 02-02-2013 03:04 PM

We're here for you brotha...When my Dad was in the Navy during WWII, he said they would mix pineapple juice with Aqua Velva when they got desperate. though he said if you drank too much you would experience temporary blindness...everything in moderation

2dumb2kwit 02-03-2013 02:01 PM

Thanks to everyone, for the words of advice.

After thinking about my problem, I realized that the most important thing, was not to panic. I figured I'd try the easy fix first, and it worked.
I was doing this on my kettle, so the first time I had to add charcoal, I just sat my beer there, and acted like it had been there all along. :becky:

It turns out, that pig parts aren't very smart. (I guess that's why we eat them, instead of the other way around.) It didn't seem to notice that anything had been wrong, and my pulled pork turned out just fine.

Thanks again, for the support, in my time of need.:grin:


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