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Unread 12-01-2012, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default First Butt on my new UDS.. pRon

Here goes my first overnight pork butt on my new UDS. Happy birthday meal for good ol ma



11 lb butt ready to go



Got that sweet blue going


Got the baked beans ready to go too




more to come......
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Looking good... can't wait to see the results!
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I'm sure you're already read this somewhere, but you can crank up the heat and cook a butt in 6 hours with no ill effects.

No need to overnight it.
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I'm sure you're already read this somewhere, but you can crank up the heat and cook a butt in 6 hours with no ill effects.

No need to overnight it.
If it was diner I would have, but need to make sure it is done by noon.

Besides, what better excuse to stay up and drink beer all night?
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True, but after half a dozen overnighters you'll be rethinking that.
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True, but after half a dozen overnighters you'll be rethinking that.
I second that! I enjoy my sleep !
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