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|03-12-2009, 06:43 PM||#16|
Got rid of the matchlight.
Join Date: 02-23-07
Location: Jamestown, CO
Bone-in for me too. Besides being easier to handle, those boneless ones tend to be trimmed abit more than I like.
|03-17-2009, 11:21 PM||#18|
Knows what a fatty is.
Join Date: 02-10-08
Location: Boulder, CO.
JMO - but I've cooked them both ways. Boneless, cause I wasn't paying attention at Costco and picked up 2 boneless butts and of course I've cooked them with bone in. IMHO - bone in wins everytime! Everytime!
Roaring Fork BBQ :-D
Modified Traeger 075
|03-18-2009, 01:29 PM||#19|
Quintessential Chatty Farker
Join Date: 07-10-05
Location: NORTH BERGEN, NEW JERSEY
Bone in is the way I like to cook pork butts.
Lang 84 Deluxe Warmer with Chargrill
XL - BGE
Med. BGE ( Bought it for my son Vincenzo)
Kenmore Elite Gasser
Camp Chef Outdoor Stove
Blackstone Pizza Oven
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