We are having a get together in a few weeks and I will be doing a brisket and some pork butts, ABT's and pizza on the BGE.
I am so not into getting up at 0'dark:30 on the weekend since that is my M-F gig, and I want to be awake enough to enjoy my guests.
So - what would you do - cook a week ahead freeze and reheat or bite the bullet and get out of bed, fire up the stick burner and get it done?
Wood choices are oak, maple, or cherry...
If you were going to reheat - what would be your method of choice?
For me I think that Q is best right out of the Smoker or cooler.
I cook the pork butts a week early and vacuseal and freeze. It seems to reheat well. I'd throw the brisket it on before bedtime after the egg ran steady for an hour or so. Cooler the brisket until needed and cook the ABTs and pizzas fresh. I'd mix cherry and oak.
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