I basically do what most everyone else does. 225* to ~125* internal (maybe a couple degrees less). I take it off and tent for 20 minutes, and open my vents. I normally have the fire going about 600* or so for a quick sear. During the rest, I find it typically climbs 10* IT. The sear is fast, so no need to rest afterward.
So, let's see, that was cook at 125* until an IT of 600* then sear at 225*
Did I get that right?
The only thing I can really add is that many people prefer the ends. You might want to slice this in half before you cook.
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