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Old 08-11-2014, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Pulled Chicken and Pork

This past weekend was very busy. One of the cooks I did was for a company picnic where I provided the pulled chicken and pulled pork. I had 20 lbs of butts, and 24 lbs. of boneless, skinless thighs.

The Pork, fresh, trimmed, and lastly rubbed....






The chicken, fresh and then brined...




Here is everything on the smoker, along with a couple of Caribou Chorizo Fatties I was cooking for a throwdow...


The chicken is done and it falls right apart using my Bear Claws...




2 pans of succulent pulled chicken for the party...




The butts were a tad overdone, but not mushy by any means. Just juicy and succulent. Look how clean the bone is when I pulled it out...


Now this is what I'm talking about, pulled pork, tasty and tender...


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Old 08-11-2014, 01:11 PM   #2
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Looks great!
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You sure "pulled" that one off! Nice work!
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Awesome cook, I really like that pulled chicken.
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Another great lookin' cook Tony! Wish I had a whole pan of that pulled chicken.
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Looks great Tony... What pit temps and how long did you cook them?
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Great looking food....

Congratulations on a great cook.
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Outstanding looking pork and chicken Tony!
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Looks great.
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Good lookin' cook Tony!
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