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Unread 01-15-2010, 03:01 PM   #1
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Watching PitMasters and all their turn-in boxes, the only thing I would currently like to add to my pulled pork is to have a few slices for those who prefer a knife and fork. I understand that the money-muscle is used for slicing, but I can't locate it!

Can anyone show me on a raw or cooked chunk of butt, what the money-muscle is?

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Watching PitMasters and all their turn-in boxes, the only thing I would currently like to add to my pulled pork is to have a few slices for those who prefer a knife and fork. I understand that the money-muscle is used for slicing, but I can't locate it!

Can anyone show me on a raw or cooked chunk of butt, what the money-muscle is?

Mark
When you are looking at the top of the shoulder and it is fat cap down, the money muscle should to my knowledge be on the left side, when the bone is on your right.

Googled this :


and this one too:

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Thanks - that is very helpful.

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Check out this older thread.
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...t=money+muscle
Todd's (plowbow) has a great pic of some buts on the smoker with the money muscles highlighted.
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