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Unread 01-14-2013, 06:35 AM   #1
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Default High heat pork butt recipe request

Good morning,
Does anyone have a go to method for smoking pork butt hot and fast?
I'm looking for something to use when you get up early and want to get it done before dinner, about 5-8 hr window.
My general method is 250, fat up for 5 hrs and then fat down to finish with basting, cooking indirect on the egg.
Looking to try something new when time is short.

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Other than cranking the heat up to 325-350 there is not much difference other than time.
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Other than cranking the heat up to 325-350 there is not much difference other than time.
I'd say the same thing. I cook hot...minimum of 300 degrees and usually 325. No wrapping needed just probe it every once in a while until tender. It really is that easy......
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To try and get it done in 8 hours I always did it at 300 on my WSM. I've yet to do a pork butt on my new propane smoker
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You might cut back on sugar in your rub to diminish burning of the crust.
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It took til 11 am to get the pork on the egg. The egg was frozen shut today :(
Finally got it lit and up to 350, indirect setup.
I injected the butt, and rubbed it down before putting it on. There is water in the drip pan.
Anything i am missing?
I am guessing 5 hours and then a long rest.
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I was thinking at the 2 hr mark of putting butt in a pan with some apple juice.
Any recommendations?
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Whenever i do a pork butt hot and fast, i trim the fat pretty aggressively. I then put on the smoker at 325-350. When I get the right color I want on the pork butt, I will pan it up with some apple cider vinegar (a little more than 1 cup) and foil the pan and put it back on the smoker till the butt probes tender. Let the butt rest and then when you pull, reintroduce the liquid/fat that is in the pan into the pull pork.

At that heat you are looking at approximately 45min-1hr/pound.

You will get a product that is just as moist and tender as if cooked at 225 for 2+hrs/pound.
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At 3 00,150 degrees, 3 hrs into cook, panned with 1 cup apple cider vinegar, had a nice color so i decided to foil the pan

Off the egg at 3 15, thats only 4 hrs,15mins cook time at 350 dome temp...:)

Resting until later,
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thats the ticket, except i would have taken it to about 180 I>T. Then jerked it off, wrapped and coolered. The resting will make the cook if the internal temp was high enough when removed... Good luck!!!
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did it probe tender, or did the bone wiggle free? I'm doubtful it's gonna pull easily.
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Most pork butts I have done when hot and fast will not probe tender or bone wiggle until 200-205IT. You can pull at 190-195ish if you let it rest for 4+hrs so that it gets nice and tender, but if you pull after an hour rest it will not be tender.
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Sorry but no pictures.
Butt was 205 when removed from egg, i rested for 2 hrs and then pulled.
Separated the juice and fat, poured over the pulled meat.
Family is happy. :)
The texture is different from low and slow. It is firmer.
Pork is juicy. Next attempt will use some other liquids with the ACV.
If you add a finishing sauce to this, i dont think you would tell the difference between low and slow.
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This butt was cooked at 325* for two hours, then wrapped for about 3 hours. All done in about 5.5 hours with an additional 1 hour rest. I spritzed it about 1 time per hour then put about 1/4 stick of butter over it before wrapping.





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