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Unread 05-05-2013, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default Testament to the forgiving nature of butts.

I scored two butts at Safeway this morning totaling 13lbs for only $14, so I couldn't pass that up. I rubbed them down with Yardbird and tossed them in the UDS at 250 and let it ride.

I set up a new covered area to put over my Weber performer and UDS since I use them the most out where they are sitting.

I was noticing the temperature drop a bit on my UDS, and I have been having that happen a bit lately with some really fine chunk lump that is clogging up my basket right now. I think air flow is getting a little restricted. Anyhow, I pulled all the vents wide open and after about 35 minutes, it was cruising at 275. I decided to leave it alone and headed down the hill to Lowes with my family. I came back two hours later to find the UDS cranked to 425. I opened it up and it looked like this...


I probed them and they probed like butter and the bones were pulling out. I tasted a tiny piece of bark and it was awesome, so I pulled them out and wrapped them for an hour in the cooler.
We got dinner stuff ready and I got out the bear claws and pulled the butts....


They were outstanding, and all in all the cook tool 5 hours and 12 minutes on my cook timer, with a 60 minute rest. Was pretty funny. If that doesn't serve to show how hard butts are to screw up, I don't know what will.
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Unread 05-06-2013, 01:52 AM   #2
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Looks good to me. Nice backyard also, love how you make the kids rock climb the wall if they wanna use the slide.
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Looks like that high temp just added to the bark. Looks good.
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Unread 05-06-2013, 05:39 AM   #4
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Looks dang tasty!
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HnF FtW.
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Glad all turned out well. Looks great...
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But what was the IT???!!!


Excellent bark on those babies.
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Nice. Hot and Fast really is a beautiful thing. Especially when you are entertaining and need to get a good nights sleep the day before. I typically cook at 275 but for parties I will go up to 325 or so to speed it along so I can get some rest the night before.
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It looks great!
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I've gotten lazy... I had rather smoke at 275 to 300.
I get great BBQ and it's done a little faster.

I use a water pan in my off-set, and the higher temps
give great 'Bark'.

It's no big thing if the temps spike for just a little while.
Just keep an eye on it...
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The great thing is , people think you're a wizard if you make pulled pork at all , and it really is almost a no brainer. ( no offense).
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Lookin good! Pork Butts definitely are very forgiving indeed.
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That looks freaking great!
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Nicely done, love a good fast butt cook
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I love little black butts
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