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Unread 05-09-2010, 11:23 AM   #1
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Default DQs on the Dutch Oven Pork method?

Hope the 2010 season is going well for folks in warmer climates, cook from the Northeast here is still waiting to kick off the year.

Just wondering how everyone is coping with the new pork reheating rule. The work around I am hearing buzz about, and the one I have been practicing, is to place pulled/chunked pork into a Dutch Oven which contains sauce and has been heated on the cooker. The DO is off the heat source at this time of course.

Anyone seen this in function yet this year?
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re-heating is illegal. period. why try to skirt around it?
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It is only illegal to "return seperated meat to a cooker" per the 2010 rules and regs.
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re-heating is illegal. period. why try to skirt around it?
I agree. Why try to push the envelope and risk cheating?

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The work around I am hearing buzz about, and the one I have been practicing, is to place pulled/chunked pork into a Dutch Oven which contains sauce and has been heated on the cooker.
Pulled/chunked pork is not serparated meat?
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It definitely IS seperated, that is why I am not returning to a cooker.
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Perhaps I phrased this thread incorrectly. I am less interested in a discussion with those who think the Dutchie method is illegal and more concerned with feedback from those by whom it is employed. Thank you.
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Why part the pork until it's time to go in the box?
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No matter how quick your hands one must admit it takes at least a little time to break down, pick through, sauce and arrange enough pork for six judges from 2-4 butts. Certainly some heat is lost here?
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I would be inclined to believe that putting the pork in a dutch oven would be legal as long as the dutch oven has previously been heated and is NOT on a heat source when the pork is put in it. If this is illegal, then putting your pork in a cambro or a cooler to keep it warm after it has been seperated should constitute a DQ as well. I would really like to have Merl or somebody from the KCBS BOD chime in on this one.
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Already SO many threads on this.
If you need to reheat your pork you need to re-look at your cooking & holding techniques.
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I read the rules as such:
PORK: Pork is defined as Boston Butt, Picnic and/or Whole
Shoulder, weighing a minimum of five (5) pounds. Pork shall
be cooked whole (bone in or bone out) and shall not be
separated during the cooking process. At no time shall the
meat once separated be returned to a cooker

If you can make your chunks 5 pounds or your pulled 5 pounds pieces you might have a reason to argue, till then why push the envelope.
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I am less interested in a discussion with those who think the Dutchie method is illegal and more concerned with feedback from those by whom it is employed.
*holds breath waiting for flood of cooks admitting in print that they stew pork chunks in sauce*

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The BOD discussed this and it's legal so long as the container with the heated sauce is not still in the cooker or on a gas burner. Remember a lot of teams heat a pan of sauce (gas or microwave) til almost boiling then put pulled in in. And you could do the same with slices so long as you can get them out OK. My concern would be too much sauce that would lead to pooling in the bottom of the box. Be bery careful with that.
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SO many smarmy comments from BBQ item vendors who I will never buy from again, what a shame, just trying to support Brethren.

I'm assuming all you folks who are pishawing the Dutchie method don't utilize a Cambro in any way.
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