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Unread 10-01-2013, 09:38 AM   #31
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Hey, I just realized they are sitting on foil. Didn't you use butcher paper to rest them?
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Hey, I just realized they are sitting on foil. Didn't you use butcher paper to rest them?

No, they rested in foil. Didn't think about resting in bp. Still shaking the foil addiction I guess.
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No, they rested in foil. Didn't think about resting in bp. Still shaking the foil addiction I guess.
I always vent them and rewrap in BP too. Keeps the bark firmer. Give it a try. Saves money too.
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Ive tried wrapping butts, with the same results.
The pan slowed down the butt.
Next one I got my bark then wrapped in BP tossed it back on the grate
in my offset. Juice went to the bottom of the offset.
My next time I'll put a foil pan in the bottom of the offset.
Shouldn't affect smoking time, but I can retrieve the juices after
I remove the butt. Live and learn.
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So how did it turn out?
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So how did it turn out?

see post #16
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I wrap to stop anymore smoke from flavoring the butt once I think it has enough. As well as color.
Did you notice any difference in the smoke flavor between the two?
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Mighty fine looking butts !
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I wrap to stop anymore smoke from flavoring the butt once I think it has enough. As well as color.
Did you notice any difference in the smoke flavor between the two?

Before they got pulled my neighbor and I picked at both side by side they were very close in smokiness.
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