Originally Posted by tony76248
Definitely, Just be sure to go offset. I think that the Weber Kettle gives one of the best flavors out there. Unfortunately, they require you to add charcoal throughout the cook. I personally think that the kettle cooks the best chicken out there in competitions. I haven't prepared pork butt with mine yet, perhaps I will try it this weekend. I bought a case of pork butts a month or so ago. I paid .79 lB, not a bad deal. Hard to not use the Stumps though, love to set it and forget it.
Wow that is a good deal on the butts, I paid 1.44 per lb at Sams. I'm excited to see how it turns out on the kettle, I'll let you know next week.