Originally Posted by SmokeNride
Thanks, I was talking more for home consumption. I did end up separating the two and putting the flat back in the cooler for later. Kept it in there until it got down to 145 degrees, then sliced. Unfortunately, it was dry. I was surprised, cuz when I poked it it went in with no resistance at all. Maybe next time I'll inject with something instead of just using a rub. Then I think I left the burnt ends in the smoker for too long. Oh well, we're always learnin'!!
Separating the point after cooking wouldn't have any effect on the flat. If it was dry, chances are that it was a little overcooked.