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Old 05-06-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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My wife said she wanted sliced pork for lunch Sunday so I said "I will try". Those medallions are not as easy as you think they are especially when you over cook them. I still need a lot of pratice.





A little camera ed would not hurt either.

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Old 05-06-2013, 04:04 PM   #2
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I love practice. And lets be for real here for a second. I would rather eat BBQ that is overcooked or a so call BBQ failure than anything fast food wise. Am I right?
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She did say they were nice and tender.
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Often, we are our own toughest critic; that looks darn fine to me
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Looks Great from here.
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Looks great from here!
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You are too modest. Those look right on!
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Yummy

Looks delicious
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Look how moist the meat is... Great job..
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that looks dam good from here.
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wow they look great

what was your method?

that what I want to know!
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A little camera ed would not hurt either.
I feel your pain. http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=160295

Although it looks good to me. Is it a boneless pork butt or just a section of a bone in butt?
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wow they look great

what was your method?

that what I want to know!
I watch the YouTube video that manbearpig posted on how to trim a pork butt then just trimmed, injected and rubbed. Put it on the smoker for about 12 hrs running at 250* then wrapped the butt in foil and let it rest in the cooler for 2 hrs.
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I'd hit that!
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