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Unread 03-13-2013, 08:16 PM   #1
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i took your advice on smokeing my butt ( boston butt lol). And yes i was smokeing it way to low of a temp . I smoked this one at 250 to 300 . Pulled it at bone wiggle . Ohhh myyyy godddd . i am hooked for life . It was a 81/2 pound roast so tender i had to use a cutting board to bring it into the house .. thanks
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Ohhh, you are in trouble now.
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I llike when that happens
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yes i am hooked. Ihave done turkeys,chickens,cornish hens ,ribs,and now i think i will try a brisket. Wish me luck
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i took your advice on smokeing my butt ( boston butt lol). And yes i was smokeing it way to low of a temp . I smoked this one at 250 to 300 . Pulled it at bone wiggle . Ohhh myyyy godddd . i am hooked for life . It was a 81/2 pound roast so tender i had to use a cutting board to bring it into the house .. thanks

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There ya go! Now knock that brisket out of the park!


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no pics but i am learning . i don't know how to postr a pic BUT I WILL LEARN
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press then paste direct link from photobucket
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press then paste direct link from photobucket
or scroll down to the manage attachements button and click that then upload the pics from your computer.

I find that much easier.
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Sounds like a successful cook. Try the photobucket route, probably the easiest.
Just upload the pic, copy and paste the IMG code and you got brethren pron
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or scroll down to the manage attachements button and click that then upload the pics from your computer.

I find that much easier.
this works better than the bucket
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One butt down, and hooked forever!! Congrats!!
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Well done. I've found brisket to be one of the easier, more successful things I make. Just gotta have the time and patience
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