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Old 01-21-2020, 07:44 AM   #1
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I've been buying pork from a local farm in the last year. It's high quality meat and I like to support local farmers. This past weekend, we did some test cooks for a catering job we're doing later this year. After we were done, I still had some pork leftover so I decided we were having pulled pork for dinner today.

I think it was less than 2kg, rubbed it yesterday and put it on the Traeger at 250F. After 15 hours, it's still not done and it seems to have just hit a 2nd stall. It went up to 84C and then dropped back down to 81.2C. It just started climbing again. Not an issue, dinner time is still 3,5-4 hours away but what a bastard

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Old 01-21-2020, 07:46 AM   #2
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I'd check the actual grate temp of the Traegar. Doesn't seem possible for a piece of meat weighing around 4 pounds.
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I'd check the actual grate temp of the Traegar. Doesn't seem possible for a piece of meat weighing around 4 pounds.
Yeah, it's probably off but I don't really care. I did one in the summer on my Yoder, 5 pounds of pork from the same farm, it took 18 hours to be probe tender. It probably also doesn't help that it's 1C outside.
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Old 01-21-2020, 09:24 AM   #4
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I had one hang up New Year’s Eve like nothing before.

11 hrs at 250° before it gave up.
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It's DONE. Wrapped in BP and resting in the oven.
17,5 hours...

Bark looks promising.
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That looks like it will be well worth the wait!
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Stubborn is right. I never had anything stall like that before.
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Good things happen to those who wait. That bark does look good.
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Stubborn piggy was delicious!








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That sure looks good.
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