Meadowcreek PR60 advice needed big pig
I am cooking a pig on a rented Meadow Creek PR60 this weekend for a buddy's party. I just got the call that Wilbur just clocked in at 165 pounds dressed. I want to do pulled hog not sliced pork. Any input on time? I plan to cook at 250 degrees. I have 200 pounds of hardwood charcoal. I was thinking 90 minuets per 10 pounds so that looks like 24 hours or so.
My concerns are hitting the serving time. If done early I can't warp Wilbur and put him in a Cambro. That said i don't want folks waiting around for hours to eat. I plan to take the shoulders to 190 / 200 degrees. Target time to serve is 6:30 pm on Sunday.
I was thinking an hour to get the cooker up to temp, 24 hours at 250 and then an hour to rest. Does this sound correct or am I cooking too long? A pig this size is going to max out the PR60 from what I can tell. Any input from those who have used this cooker would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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