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Unread 08-25-2013, 01:36 PM   #16
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Hmm what to do with an upside down picture?
Upside down or not I'd eat it!!!!!!
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Thank you for all replys guys. It is good to know that this kind of stall may happen and what to do about it.

I guess My tactic next time will be to start earlier and have a few beers at hand ;-). And have the foil ready if I have this kind of stall again.

Here is a picture of a sandwich I made for my 10 year old daughter. She loved it ;-)

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I thought you were in Sweden, not Australia!

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Unread 08-26-2013, 12:49 AM   #18
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I'd eat that sandwich upside down if I had to.
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I agree... I don't like cooking smaller cuts for this reason. They tend to take longer per pound, and sometimes, like Jonas experienced, take longer than a larger cut. I'd rather cook butts that are at least 9 lbs for this reason.

The pork looks great, Jonas!



Good point! Cooking very hot (over 300) is becoming popular because you don't see a stall, or it is very short, but the finish temp of the meat is typically higher because that magic didn't happen during the stall.
But...is the final result markedly (or significantly) better low and slow and/or with no wrap, than it is done hotter and faster? And is a long insulated rest, by chance, more important when the meat hasn't gone through a stall?

Some really interesting information here.
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Hmm what to do with an upside down picture?

Picture looks fine down Here Jonas, that's some nice looking pulled Pork mate
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^^^^^^

Looks good to me too. You will get it just the way you like it soon enough hanging around here. Nice job!
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Picture looks fine down Here Jonas, that's some nice looking pulled Pork mate

Must be an 'Equator' thing... but, it looks great even if standing on my head.
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I see that my first picture is upside down too... I uploaded it from my Ipad. Strange. Anybody knows how to get it right?

Otherwise there will be more pictures for our australian brethren in next thread too :-)
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