Originally Posted by eplain
oops! i should have said what I was cooking! Shoulder and brisket.
since my cooker was so cheap, i just may be in the market for a better one! hmm but i would like one that can cook 2 or 3 good sized shoulders and a 10lb brisket at the same time.
I can't really speak on brisket due to lack of experience but pork you can definitely pull off. Especially if you have a foodsaver. I just boil my bags of leftover pork and it comes out moist and juicy everytime. Although, lately i've been putting my butts in a foil pan a few hours in, the amount of juice you can get is awesome. De-fat it and pour it back on to fight against dryness.
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