Originally Posted by Texas Turtle
Emulating Myron's methodology without Myron's equipment is time and labor-intensive. I devoured the book and embarked on his brisket recipe. Best brisket I ever made, but it took me two days to recover after spending 17 hours wrestling my offset. Moved on to pork butt and produced a perfect pan of pulled pork after 9.5 hours. Using foil pans to cook everything in really slows down the process on my cooker. I'm saving up for a cooker like Myron's and hopefully a class.
learn your pit learn to cook where the pit likes to run all that 500 step process BS IMO well aint good BBQ, it is all about the meat and letting it be all that it can be! I traveled down that windy lost road less is definitely more K.I. S.S.