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Old 07-19-2013, 10:28 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by mr_magicfingers View Post
I'm not exactly new to bbq, having grilled stuff for many years, but I'm new to slow and low q cooking. Just taken delivery of a weber kettle and have family coming to stay for a few days. Looking for a simple recipe to cook low and slow with coals to one side and meat over a dish on the other side. Need to feed 8 people.

What would be your foolproof recipe ideas for this.


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I re-read your post and realized that you needed an entire recipe! So to emend my first answer I'll add the following... Trim the fat layer down to about 1/4 of an inch and slather the entire butt with some olive oil. The oil will help your rub stick and activate the spices. Apply your favorite rub liberally and allow the rub to liquefy for about 30 min. to an hour. Then you're ready to put your pork shoulder on the grill! After that my first post should pretty much cover the rest! Again... Good Luck!
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