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Unread 10-18-2013, 01:33 PM   #1
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Hello Brethren, I thought I saved a prior thread and appears I didnt. The one I'm referring to is one about using the drippings from a pork butt to pour over the pulled pork. It sounded really good and I'm doing a butt tomorrow. Any help would be appreciated.
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i wouldn't do that. my search only yielded this thread and it doesn't sound like this guy had much luck with doing that either.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...pork+drippings
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i wouldn't do that. my search only yielded this thread and it doesn't sound like this guy had much luck with doing that either.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...pork+drippings
Thanks for the assist deepsouth. This one isnt it. The one I saw had some additional ingredients that sounded REALLY good. Appreciate ya.
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I'm not sure what specific thread you're looking for but this one by Phrasty changed the way I do pork pulled pork.

I put the juice in a fat separator, discard the fat and then mix the leftover goodness with some sauce before I mix it in with the pork.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=106582
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What's a fat separator?
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Hey Basser, a few weeks ago I posted something like that. I use a drip pan under my butts. When I remove the meat from the smoker, I pour the drippings into a container and let them sit for a bit till the fat comes to the top. I use a ladel to remove the fat leaving just the drippings behind. I then add an equal amount of apple juice (ie. if there's 4 oz. of drippings, I use 4 oz. of juice) to the drippings and pour it over the pork when I pull it. I end up with very moist and very tasty pork.
If that's not what you were looking for, then... nevermind. :-p
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What's a fat separator?
These are a couple of different fat separators. The fat goes to the top, and you get the good stuff off the bottom. You can also put the drippings in the fridge for a little bit, let the fat solidify, and spoon it off the top.



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This is how I do it. I always foil my butts after a few hours when color is good. When I foil I put them in an aluminum pan to catch the juices. (I usually go to the oven since I am no longer smoking). I probe thru the foil till tender.Then when I open the foil I catch the excess juices in the pan. I pour the excess juice in a container. You can add as needed back after pulled or refrig the juice and separate the fat to have a nice broth to add to the meat.
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You could also use a foil pan to put the butt in and then cover with foil.
I do this and you get quite a good amount of juicy goodness
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Hey Basser, a few weeks ago I posted something like that. I use a drip pan under my butts. When I remove the meat from the smoker, I pour the drippings into a container and let them sit for a bit till the fat comes to the top. I use a ladel to remove the fat leaving just the drippings behind. I then add an equal amount of apple juice (ie. if there's 4 oz. of drippings, I use 4 oz. of juice) to the drippings and pour it over the pork when I pull it. I end up with very moist and very tasty pork.
If that's not what you were looking for, then... nevermind. :-p
That's the one!!!! I just fired up the WSM for a 8lb butt and gonna try it! Thanks
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You could also use a foil pan to put the butt in and then cover with foil.
I do this and you get quite a good amount of juicy goodness
That's what I do. Very moist and juicy.
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That's the one!!!! I just fired up the WSM for a 8lb butt and gonna try it! Thanks
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