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Old 07-23-2013, 04:51 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by bbq.tom View Post
Definitely try to segregate different "types" of meat in the box. chunks with bark around the outside (at least 6 chunks) with pulled in the middle would probably look better and "thought out" instead of looking like you dumped the mess in the box.

Smaller chunks would help too,
Listen to Tom!!! He has helped us a lot with presentation tips :).

With that being said, I agree with using different "types". We include multiple types of pork and our chunks are more 1 bite in size so they can pop that whole piece right in (if they want). Symmetry is very important as well.
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