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Unread 07-20-2013, 11:51 PM   #7
El Ropo
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What BD said. I went 9 hours at 275-300 for a 12lb brisket, and there was still 1 to 2 hours left in it. My snake wasn't that large either. I also by instinct and experience doing indirect on a kettle, rotated my exhaust during the cook to keep it opposite the fire.

Cooking a pork butt should be an easy task on a kettle with the snake method.
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