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Unread 07-01-2013, 11:26 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Sawdustguy View Post
I read the BBQ Brethren Contest Rules and didn't see anything about the Pork Parting rule. Maybe I missed it so I am asking is it legal in a BBQ Brethren Sanctioned Event?

Yup, You missed it.


Pork is defined as a Whole Shoulder, Butt, or Boston Butt, or Picnic. Starting weight must be 5.25 lb. minimum. Tenderloins, Loins and pre-trimmed "money muscles" are not permitted.

Pork must be cooked whole to 145 degrees Fahrenheit, after which it may be manipulated and finished at the cook’s discretion. For health safety, a temperature of 145 must be maintained until delivery to the judges.

Pork may be submitted as a combination of styles or single style; such as Pulled, Sliced, Chopped or Diced. Bark, the outer layer of the pork, is also acceptable as part of your entry.

So, that means that once you cooked the butt to a safe serving temp of 145, you may do what ever you damn well please!
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