Originally Posted by Aussie griller
Hi guys, This aussie is trying his third pork butt in an old KAMADO(japanese) bought off ebay.
The first two went so well, i will continue to use the texas sweet rub i bought at a local "american" store!
My partener and i are doing the old routr 66 in August(got about twenty five days to cross, any good tips on bbq places i can visit or if i am in the wrong thread, can you redirect me please.
This is one of my first posts and i am still trying to navagate!!
Wish me luck with the BUTT!!(4kg/8lb)
Pretty sneaky Aussie griller. I see a butt cooked like a brisket on the way.
Why didn't I think of that. Here I sit with a whole pile of mushy apples.
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