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Unread 08-07-2009, 07:28 PM   #1
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Has anyone heard of smoking some butts for 3/4 of the recomended time, and removing them off the smoker (before they are 100% cooked)... placing them in the fridge.... and finishing the smoking 12 hours later?

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Very doable but your heating the meat twice, thus risking drying out and mushy texture, but yes, it can be done.
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I like my meat heated twice!
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it can be done if necessary...

but more importantly than 3/4 recommended time, make sure you cook it to an edible temp of 160 degrees before you pull and cool..
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No. And the reason for doing that would be ...??
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I would plan ahead to cook them all the way, pull, vac-seal, and freeze or refridge until you need it. Reheat the unopened bag in hot (not quite boiling) water. Won't be able to tell it was precooked. JM$.02
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Didn't big Big Sexy ask the question?
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Has anyone heard of smoking some butts for 3/4 of the recomended time, and removing them off the smoker (before they are 100% cooked)... placing them in the fridge.... and finishing the smoking 12 hours later?

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I have heard of doing that procedure, as one of the classic examples of what not to do for safe food preparation.
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