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Unread 02-05-2013, 10:14 AM   #16
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Love the paw prints.
And she LOVES snow.

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have no fear...just cook it a bit longer.

As far as Butt vs Picnic?

I like and use both, and they cook very similar (in fact I cooked these two together, same temp, same time) see here:

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=151525
Well now, that certainly proves that! Some good lookin' eats there SPL!
Hopefully with time I will develop ( and remember lol ) the techniques to know when something is REALLY done- not just by time or temp.

I forget who said it first, but bbq is done when its done... the consensus here is my shoulder was not done.
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And she LOVES snow.



Well now, that certainly proves that! Some good lookin' eats there SPL!
Hopefully with time I will develop ( and remember lol ) the techniques to know when something is REALLY done- not just by time or temp.

I forget who said it first, but bbq is done when its done... the consensus here is my shoulder was not done.
Well said. Glad to see the weather didn't slow you down.



Temp is a must-do


Time is a suggestion


Probe tender is the deciding factor.
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When I don't give it enough time to completely cook through enough... just pull the outer soft portion and slice the more dense inner portion.
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