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    Butt food

    Started smoking @ 8:00pm cdt. 14 10lb butts for my wife’s United Way fund raiser @ work. Serving lunch for donations for tomorrow’s lunch. I’ll be pullin an all nighter again, but she is worth it.

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    boy i would like to try some of that butt after its done for sure

    but...........its a little to far from my place tonight to be there tomorrow

    good luck with ur meal tomorrow-ok
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    I’ll try to take more photo’s and post along the way. So all of you who are night owls, I’ll be putting up a few pics.

    Jim, you or anyone else is more than welcome to join me at home! Breakfast or lunch is on me. Just let me know and I’ll make sure you’ll enjoy yourself.
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    Wow, looks like you have a real nice rub on those!
    Those folks are in for a treat.
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    Just got back in a little while ago from wrapping the butts. So far, everything is on target, as far as time and temperatures. I’m having trouble for the first time getting to temp. It seems the draft is not pulling like it should, guess I’m going to have to clean the air ducts out somehow. But anyway, here is another pic. Wrapped them at 3:30am cdt. Should have been sooner, just had trouble getting to 250deg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raco232 View Post
    Just got back in a little while ago from wrapping the butts. So far, everything is on target, as far as time and temperatures. I’m having trouble for the first time getting to temp. It seems the draft is not pulling like it should, guess I’m going to have to clean the air ducts out somehow. But anyway, here is another pic. Wrapped them at 3:30am cdt. Should have been sooner, just had trouble getting to 250deg.


    raco232 ~ Lookin' Good! Makes me hungry just looking at the picture.

    So when you wrap them you feel the butt is 'browned' sufficiently and you'll continue slow cooking until the internal temp reaches your desired 'doneness'?
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    I thought I smelled something good cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by raco232 View Post
    Started smoking @ 8:00pm cdt. 14 10lb butts for my wife’s United Way fund raiser @ work. Serving lunch for donations for tomorrow’s lunch. I’ll be pullin an all nighter again, but she is worth it.

    I sniffed and thought I caught a faint whiff but I'll bet it smells great around your house. Just walking by would make me hungry.

    Dang, those look good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raco232 View Post
    Just got back in a little while ago from wrapping the butts. So far, everything is on target, as far as time and temperatures. I’m having trouble for the first time getting to temp. It seems the draft is not pulling like it should, guess I’m going to have to clean the air ducts out somehow. But anyway, here is another pic. Wrapped them at 3:30am cdt. Should have been sooner, just had trouble getting to 250deg.

    I know I'm late to this party, BUTT damn, those are looking like perfection.
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    What he said ^^^^!!
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    250 deg, wow I've never seen someone take them that high. I usually pull them out around 205-215. And that's because I usually serve from the smoker. I'll take two out pull them up and when I need more I'll take another two out..etc. so they increase in temp from 200 when I take the first ones out.
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