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Unread 06-18-2013, 02:36 PM   #22
Gnaws on Pigs
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.99 is a farkin' great deal, the last time they were on sale for .99 here, I loaded the freezer. And a 8-10 lb. butt is normal sized, not anywhere near humongous. And it sure don't take 12 hours to cook a 10-lb. butt, unless you're cooking at some ridiculously low temp. I can cook 10-lb. butts in 8 hours or less, and that's not hurrying, that's making them turn out great. Cook at 250-275 degrees for a few hours until the internal hits about 170 and they stall. If you want to speed it up then, you can wrap in foil and put it back in the smoker to save an hour or two and it'll still be great.
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