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    My first pork butt on PBC

    My first pork butt on my relatively new PBC. About 10 hours. Final temp 195F

    #2
    Beautiful thing!

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      #3
      Talk about a nice bark.......Looks great!!

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        #4
        A culinary meteoroite... Mmmm.👍 Nice cook cosmo

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          #5
          That's one pretty hunk o' pork. Congrats on a tasty cook on your PBC, cosmo .

          Kathryn

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            #6
            Mrs. Brown is in town! OH YEAH BABY! Thats what I'm talkin about.

            Great lookin cook man! Congrats

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              #7
              Looks Fit to Eat! Good Job, Carry On! Dan

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                #8
                Thanks appreciated! It was a thing of beauty. Best pork butt I've ever made. PBC is a wonderful thing

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                  #9
                  B-E-A-U-tiful!!!

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                    #10
                    Dang. Now I'm hungry!! It's a beauty!

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                    #11
                    Looks really good. Curious to see your results at 195 F. I usually push it too 203 F. Maybe I don't need too.....

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                    • Jerod Broussard
                      Jerod Broussard commented
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                      Most that go the entire cook unwrapped are plenty good by 195, especially if you rest for a bit.

                    #12
                    Wow, that bark looks absolutely fantastic. That's going to be a new goal of mine.

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                      #13
                      Beautiful cook!

                      Did the PBC run all ten hours on the original load? I havent tried that long of a cook on mine.

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                        #14
                        Well done, nice meteorite!

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                          #15
                          cosmo Nice bark. Is that a result of the rub you used? I'm assuming you went the whole cook unwrapped, did the PBC go all 10hrs for you on the same load of charcoal? I normally wrap but have not done it the last few PBs I did. One time the PBC pooped out before the butt was done. That meteorite bark has eluded me.

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