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Old 01-14-2013, 07:42 PM   #16
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I knew you had some S.C., in you, Bob!
I eat enough boiled peanuts, I don't need a gun. Loading is a bad thing though.

Of late, I have been giving some thought to doing a cook wherein the rub isn't applied until the meat hits the stall. This makes that even more intriguing to me.
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John, that looked almost like rock salt to me, it didn't look like Kosher salt. What brand did you use?
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John, that looked almost like rock salt to me, it didn't look like Kosher salt. What brand did you use?
I was thinking that looked like a coarse sea salt. Whatever it is, that's some mighty good lookin' pig there!
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Yep! Real Q done right! I love a purist.Only change I would make,pulled,not chopped.
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John, that looked almost like rock salt to me, it didn't look like Kosher salt. What brand did you use?
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Morton's coarse kosher. They have nice size pieces.

You only do the exposed meat, leaving skin/fat cap on.

The theory ( I think) behind using large chunks salt and covering exposed areas, is that you create a salt curtain which the smoke/heat must travel through, in addition to seasoning the bark.
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:07 PM   #21
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Great looking pork John. Thanks for the tutorial also. I may do a butt like that this weekend. :thumbup:
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I eat enough boiled peanuts, I don't need a gun. Loading is a bad thing though.

Of late, I have been giving some thought to doing a cook wherein the rub isn't applied until the meat hits the stall. This makes that even more intriguing to me.
What? Where did that come from?

Sorry for the hijack, OP.
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John expects it from me.

BTW, does the skin end up edible doing this? Do you chop the skin into the meat?
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What? Where did that come from?

Sorry for the hijack, OP.
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I think what Bob is saying, is that he was loaded and held at gun point he would eat boiled peanuts.

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John expects it from me.

BTW, does the skin end up edible doing this? Do you chop the skin into the meat?
Yes it does end up edible if chopped and no I didn't.

That and the bone belong to the faithful bbq companion.
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Fantastic looking cook, John! And I do love me some NC pork sammich, although I'm guilty of adding mustard to mine, too. If I'm able to fit both butt and picnic on my Keg, this is how I'll do the next one. Thanks for taking the time, brother!
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Great road map there John. That salt thing was totally unexpected. Gonna do that cook, carte blanc.
Please do, and let me know your thoughts.
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:48 PM   #28
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Thanks for giving out all my closely guarded secrets right down to the sauce.Looks like what I had for dinner the past two nights
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Here's what I don't like about this post .....


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This made me drool.

Excessively.

This is going to happen here.
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