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Unread 02-25-2013, 08:01 PM   #1
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Whats going on yall. New to the site so I decided to upload a few pictures of my first few pork butts. I currently own a Bayou Classic and am in the process of building my UDS.
1st picture is my first pork butt I smoked. Didn't use any foil for this cook.
2nd picture are my next 2 pork butts I decided to cook. Used a different rub on each one and then let sit wrapped over night.
3rd picture are the two pork butts before I wrapped them in foil--after around 6 hours. Put some of the drippings in the bottom of the foil before wrapping.

Afterwards I let them rest in my cooler for about 1 hour then pulled it apart. Came out really good to me. Really tender and moist. Great smoke flavor.

4th picture is the final spread. A little sausage, Bayou Burgers stuffed with cheddar cheese and jalapenos, and a few other things.

All in all it was a pretty good meal. I am by no means a pro at this but I enjoy it. When I come in from offshore this time I will try and tackle a brisket.
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Unread 02-25-2013, 08:09 PM   #2
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Looks like you have a handle on the pork butts! Good looking food in the last picture!
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Thanks buddy--appreciate it
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When's the party?!

That grub looks awesome!
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Those look great!
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Looks good. Your pit is WAY too clean, though
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Nice job all around! What time do we eat?!
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Everything looks fantastic!!
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i am a fan of tieing it up as well. looks good, i did one yesterday too, i just dont have many pics lol
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Everything looks great and plenty of food. Were we supposed to come over?
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Awesome looking eats!
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Looks great! Did 2 pork shoulders myself today!
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Everything Looks Great...Good Job !!
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Looking good there< ill be doing my first shortly!
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Yeah that looks great! I've yet to try a butt
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