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Old 07-23-2016, 04:29 AM   #1
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Default My meaty weekend! (pics)

So here is what it looks like.
Tonight I helped one of my employees cook up 25lbs of carne asada for his girlfriends surprise birthday party. I'll see if someone took pics of the meal.

Now at 0200 the 73lbs of butt are in my offset for my daughters birthday party tomorrow. That meal will be pulled pork, corn bread, smoked beans, watermelon, salad and cupcakes for desert.

Sunday: Our friends said that they would pick up some TriTip if I would smoke it and we could just hang out. Who am I to say no to something like that. I will probably throw on 3 racks of SLCs as well.

Also have another friend bringing by 5 racks of BBs mid week.

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Well it's time for my first 45 min nap.
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Old 07-23-2016, 04:31 AM   #2
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Looks like you are off to a great start.....
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Here is a shot from early on.

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And this one from 0730
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I will probably let them roll for another hour or so to darken up. Then wrap.
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Old 07-23-2016, 09:41 AM   #5
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Looking really good. You are off to a Great weekend
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Old 07-23-2016, 11:09 AM   #6
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I boiled down some of the fat trimmings and some rub to make some "broth" for later if I wanted to add some after pulling.

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Panning this time instead of a regular wrap. I will have beans under the pork and I need to make sure it stays veg. Yes, yes I know. But I want everyone to enjoy the party.
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Getting full. Almost need the upper rack. But I'm being stubborn.
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I bet the aroma in your neighborhood is off the charts fantastic!! It all looks and sounds excellent Josh!
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That's a lot of pig.

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Sounds like an amazing weekend. Looks excellent so far.
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That's what I smelled when I walked outside this morning... Lookin good Josh, hope you get some rest!
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That's what I smelled when I walked outside this morning... Lookin good Josh, hope you get some rest!
I got lots of 45min-1hr naps in
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Looking love a great weekend of cooking. I am jealous of all the food you get to cook. Great looking color and bark on those butts. Good luck.
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Yummm, everything looks sooo good!
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The final product looks delicious. Talk about pounds and pounds of porky-goodness!

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I boiled down some of the fat trimmings and some rub to make some "broth" for later if I wanted to add some after pulling.

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