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Old 04-06-2013, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Smoked a Pork Butt, Yum with pR0n

Did this little cook Monday night:

Rubbed down a little 3.5 pound pork butt with mustard, and SM Spicey Apple and Pecan rubs. I don't usually use the mustard, but for some reason it just sounded "right" this time.

Any way, Here's the show;


A little Ale to help the chef through the grueling cook;

Cooked to an IT of 160, foiled, then up to 200-205, probed a couple times til tender, placed in cooler for couple hours. By the way, cooked over lump with a few chunks of applewood. Came out really tasty, juicy and tender.

Plated with some cabbage, carrot an brocolli slaw, and some hashbrowned ptatoes.

No bite shots, but it was real tasty.

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Old 04-06-2013, 10:08 AM   #2
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I think "Yum!" Just about sums that juicy looking pork up.
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Old 04-06-2013, 11:17 AM   #3
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Outstanding!
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Old 04-06-2013, 01:13 PM   #4
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That is a great looking cook, yum!
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Wowzers, freddy likey!
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Looks great!
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YUM!!
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I wish I could get mine that moist. Looks great!
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Great plate of dinner!
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Looks good. I've tried mustard on a brisket before with good success.
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I have never tried mustard on any of my meats this is making me think I may want to try it . Any taste of the mustard after being cooked any real benefit to the mustard?
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I have never tried mustard on any of my meats this is making me think I may want to try it . Any taste of the mustard after being cooked any real benefit to the mustard?
I've never done a side by side test if you will, But I have not been able to taste the mustard after the cook. Seems odd to me considering how strong mustard is. I should do a side by side tasting with and without, to see if I notice any dif.

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Nice looking stuff dude/dudette! Yeah, the mustard flavor (as most flavors) dies after a long cook. But salt doesn't...
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Sure looks good!
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Nice looking stuff dude/dudette! Yeah, the mustard flavor (as most flavors) dies after a long cook. But salt doesn't...
Nice post. Thanks!
Thanks Marty, Dude will suffice, lol. I appreciate the kudos from you.

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