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Unread 02-18-2013, 10:32 AM   #16
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They were half butts. I was having issues finding full butts close by without heading down towards Olympia.
have you looked at Cash&carry? 2 locations in Tacoma. www.smartfoodservice.com
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Pork looks really good. The hooks do look medieval.
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have you looked at Cash&carry? 2 locations in Tacoma. www.smartfoodservice.com
beat me to it , thats where i buy my tri tip , brisket and pork butts , great prices and quality
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That looks very good!
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I think you did a fine job on hooking the butts. I would have done it the same way as you did.
Congrats on the fine bowl of pulled pork.
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Nice Job!
I think I would worry too much about them fallin off towards the end of the cook.. or maybe just don't know enough about doing it that way. I may look into sooner or later when I have the inkling to try something new.
Yes C&C have pretty good prices but if you pay attention better deals at safeway and Albertsons and they usually have bone in (my preference).. The C&C in Federal Way is all pretty much boneless.
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Looks awesome but... I add the beer differently... Usually in my big ole tummy!!! Please, no shaking or mixing....
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