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Unread 01-12-2013, 11:22 PM   #1
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Default Pork Picnic Shoulder (pr0n)

I did an 8 1/4 pound pork picnic shoulder yesterday.
I skinned and trimmed it, leaving a 1/4 inch fat layer on the one side. I injected it with mixture of 3 parts apple cider, 1 part apple cider vinegar with some of my pork rub mixed in. I then rubbed it.
I cooked it on my 18 1/2" WSM at 250F, with KBB and 4 fist sized chunks of red oak.
I cooked it for 4 hours unpanned, then another 5 1/2 hours panned and foiled. I let it rest for another hour, for a total of 10 1/2 hours.

I came out tender and juicy, not mushy, with a good, clean pork flavor. It was really good!

Trimmed up.


On the WSM.


Panned.


Done.


Pulled.


On a sesame seed roll, au jus.


On a sesame seed roll with BBQ sauce, sour cream, pickle slices and cole slaw.


On ciabatta bread with BBQ sauce, sour cream and a pickle slice.


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Looks good man! Threw me off with the sour cream and pick, but it's all goooood!
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Looks and sounds great Bob!!
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Looks good man! Threw me off with the sour cream and pick, but it's all goooood!
+++1 ^ but id give it a shot
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Good lookin' sandwiches right there
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Nice!!!!!!!! Me hungry.
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Another WSM put to good use!

Sour cream on the sandwich? Hmmm... Something to try I guess.
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That looks great!!!
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nice!
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lookin' tasty!
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sour cream and pickle? sounds crazy enough that it just might work.
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++++1. Then again, sour cream and blueberries is my favorite desert.
Please pass me a Sammy, too.
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Nice variations, and definitely a great beer to go with!
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