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Unread 04-15-2013, 02:17 PM   #16
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Thanks Cow Girl and Big George it was juicy and delicious.

Only issue I had was once it was pulled it started getting cool within 10 minutes or so, is there a trick besides a warming tray to keep the temp up? I poured the drippings in but there wasn't a whole lot since some of it burned in the pan while on the smoker.
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looking good from here.
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Only issue I had was once it was pulled it started getting cool within 10 minutes or so, is there a trick besides a warming tray to keep the temp up?
I've had some success putting all the pulled product in a crock pot set to low, or warm. That way guests can serve themselves at their leisure and get a nice hot product.
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I've had some success putting all the pulled product in a crock pot set to low, or warm. That way guests can serve themselves at their leisure and get a nice hot product.
Thats a good idea as well! Does the meat/pork get too mushy? And how does the bark hold up? Thanks for your reply.
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