Originally Posted by Rover >~<>
No didn't miss it. just dont want to read 200 post to get a tip here and there. I was hoping to get a step by step tutorial . And yes yes everyone has different methods there is no one answer....thats the easy way out of answering a post . Remember im new so im just looking for some starting points...But I found what i was looking for on Meatheads website check it out and you'll see what i was looking for.
There really is no easy way to great BBQ, and there is no definitive step by step method to what you and your friends and family will consider great
BBQ. Good is easy, great is a never ending road to perfection.
You have to read and listen, and then try, try, and try again until you come up with the methods, flavor profiles and techniques that works for you and your cooker. Do yourself a favor and take the time to read the 200 posts and then get to work! This is not an easy way out of answering your post, it's the truth!
All that said, this is a good starting point: http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/porkbuttselect.html
Good luck on your BBQ journey!
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