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Old 03-02-2020, 06:11 AM   #9
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Join Date: 01-26-18
Location: Talbott, TN
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The only time I was able to get just a flat to turn out good was on my pellet pooper. I cooked it slow at 225 deg till bark was formed (around 170 deg internal). I then wrapped in aluminum foil and took it till it probed tender. I then kept in the foil on the smoker with the temp set to smoke which is around 180 deg for 2 hours. I believe the 2 hour hold at 180 deg made the difference. Otherwise things turn out better and are more forgiving when cooking prime packers
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