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Unread 07-25-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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I saw this on Lang's facebook page. Anyone ever done this to their butts?

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Not to butts, but I have done that to brisket flats.
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Not yet, but bacon makes everything better!
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Not to butts, but I have done that to brisket flats.
Me too! (I guess great minds think alike!)
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These were my exact thoughts haha. I don't see why you would, but it sounds like it'd be delicious
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Just seems like it would only prevent a good bark from forming. There is more than enough fat in pork butt to keep it moist throughout.

On brisket, MAYBE, but if you cook it right, it will be juicy and tender. Full of flavor without the bacon.
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Not on butts, but on chicken breast I like to put thick cut bacon into a food processor and make a paste. Then spread it on. It helps add that fat and flavor and you can put it on a bit thinner than most bacon comes, or thicker if you like.
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I would cook the bacon and maybe then add it to the pulled pork. That would be good!
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I did that to a prime rib a few years back. I erred and let my wife pick it up when she went to the store and she had them cut all of the fat cap off. Trimmed it up real lean! The bacon helped out!

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Had a girl ask me that once!
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hard for me to imagine what that could add but for sure as mentioned, it would prevent some good bark to form.
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