Originally Posted by Rookie'48
No, what it's intended to do is to allow the cook to re-heat without penalty.
Hey Dave, still clear as mud for me
So a cook could cook a butt or shoulder to their desired temp, remove from the cooker and then place a part of that butt/shoulder back on the cooker for say glazing ??
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