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Old 10-30-2003, 08:54 AM   #3
BBQchef33
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Im not quite sure here, and I know there is an extended thread discussing butts, picnics and shoulders that ran within the past 2 weeks. See if yopu can find that(use the search tool at he top of the forum). I thought the shoulder was more like a ham, leaner than the butt. But all that stuff in the biutt is what makes is so tender when ya cook it for 16-18 hours and then pull it, but its also the reason I would not slice it up and served it sliced. Aint gonna be to appealing. Think Tk may be able to 'splain this best. Yo Yo.. Tommy Kendall!!!
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