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Old 04-20-2013, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default 1st Large cook of the year

This was the largest cook I have done to date. Thank you for everyone that helped me in the previous post (8 Butts on a Treager) I did burn the end of the far right front shoulder because it was hanging over the edge of the deflector, but didn't waste too much. It was a good learning experience.

Tuned out pretty good and washed it down with some Absolute as everything is better with Absolute.







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I usually don't says this but, Nice Looking Meat!
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great job , did that bead of silicone help? i have a pellet pooper and the lid seems to be a big weak point in my climate, i always use a blanket just on the lid
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Nice looking pp.
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I know you pellet guys have a big variety of woods to choose from. What did you use pellet wise on your pulled pork?
Looks Great!
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The silicone seal and firebricks in the bottom made a big difference in holding temp and the large swings. Especially in windy conditions.

My favorite pellets for pork is cookingpellets.com has what they call perfect mix. Hickory, cherry, hard maple, and apple pellets. 100 hardwood, no fillers.
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