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Unread 11-06-2010, 10:05 PM   #16
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i dont even think you would have bone marrow left if cooked for 20 hours
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Unread 11-06-2010, 10:06 PM   #17
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i dont even think you would have bone marrow left if cooked for 20 hours
Ummm...I think he was kidding...we do that a LOT around here...it keeps things loose... ZBQ has been around a pit or two and knows how to Q...trust me on this!
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Thanks for the kind words JD.

I do joke around a lot. Not in this case though...was really low temp (~180), kosher salt, fresh ground black pepper, no rub, no foil. Maybe not quite 20 hours, but was at least 17.

Got third place, 2007 CT State Championship. This was an "extra" meat added on to a KCBS event, first time we ever cooked them. Put 'em in with the brisket and just left them there. (I am not saying I would recommend doing them this way, probably just got lucky, but they were tasty.)
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