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Old 09-29-2013, 02:18 PM   #1
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Default 3 Butts and Bacon Wrapped Burnt Butt Ends

I've done burnt ends by slicing off "steaks" from the pork butt before the butts were at "pull temp", and cubing them.
But today I'm wrapping them in bacon. Also, some potatoes will co-star in today's smoke show.

The butts have been on since 7am (it's 2pm now), so things are coming to an end, so I'll have more pics later, but here's the first batch of photos.

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Enough talking. No more captions or descriptions. The meat will speak for itself.










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Old 09-29-2013, 02:31 PM   #2
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That LOOKS GOOD! MMmmmm
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Looking real good there Bob!
Great idea, pork wrapped in bacon mmmmm
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Old 09-29-2013, 03:53 PM   #5
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Thanks guys!
Yea, I figured I was safe wrapping pork with more pork. I really didn't travel too far out on that limb, did I?
ha ha ha....
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Looks wonderfull!
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I'll get over the TX aversion to both ends (brisket point is to be eaten as is) for a few of those.
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Thanks fellas.
Yea Billy, you really should give it a shot. Brisket burnt ends are better that butt burnt ends.

I didn't take pics of dinner....the natives got restless because it took too long to cook.
But you've all seen pulled pork sammies anyway.

All I had left to take photos of after they left was the half dozen one pound bags I packed up for the freezer.
Oh....there is one pic of everything in the foil, but y'all know what that looks like, but here it is anyway.

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that looks pretty Pharkin good
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Looks awesome! Pork on Pork Pr0N!
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Pork pron never gets old!
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Thank ya gentilemen!
The freezer is happily stocked with some PP pron. Perfect for quick easy lunches after Church. Yum.
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