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Unread 03-03-2013, 08:13 AM   #1
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Default Suckling pig on primo oval xl?

Can this be done? If so any pointers temps cook times pig sizes ect would be very helpful. Also please post any pics if you have done a full suckling pig on a primo. My newly fiancé has agreed that I would enjoy a primo oval xl set up for an engagement gift more than a watch or cuff links. I have always wanted to try a whole pig now I believe I have a grill big enough for a small pig just need all the pointers I can get . Calling all brethren for some help!
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I have also been wanting to try this. Hopefully here someone has the info.
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Not a primo, but posey posted this WSM suckling pig cook vid.
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...75&postcount=2
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Need to cook it indirect and hot, about 350-375 for about 10 minutes per pound. Hope this helps.
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Not a primo, but posey posted this WSM suckling pig cook vid.
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...75&postcount=2
That video was well done, but is it just me or did he contaminate everything he touched?
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if this can be done on a large big green egg, i don't see why not.

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