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  • Jerod Broussard
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    Good to hear!

  • Clarkgriswald
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    Well I pulled the 8 and a half pound shoulder and just through it in the oven for 7 minutes at 375. Worked out really good. Like butta!

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  • Huskee
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    If I have to hold a long time, I'll use my oven at 170, wrapped in double layer foil. If only 2 or 3 hrs, I'll do the faux cambro, wrapped in a few layers of towels to fill up most of the volume in the cooler. Try not to let the meat temp drop under 150 (leave your temp probes in)

    I've also done the crock pot hold on low overnight and it worked perfectly, the butt temp held abut 181 if I remember correctly. Man was it tender when I pulled it the next morning (for a luncheon).

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  • PenskeFile
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    A quick Google search shows that most people report their low setting at 180-190 F, so this doesn't look like an option for how I wanted to use the crockpot

  • PenskeFile
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    You're right on the oven. I checked mine earlier and it doesn't go any lower than 170. I am intrigued by the crockpot idea though. I'll have to put mine on "low" and check the temp.

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  • Clarkgriswald
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    I am using the faux cambro but I was wondering how you keep the meat warm after the first round of sandwiches are being eaten. For Christmas eve I am making a couple racks of ribs as appetizers. I am going to chop them up into individual ribs, should I just put them in a crockpot to keep them warm?

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    Better to pull right when you want to eat. Most ovens only go down to 170, which isn't that bad, but still a little higher than what I prefer. I wouldn't hold lower than 150.

    I have an actual Cambro that is a life saver for feasts like Thanksgiving. I use the faux cambro when I don't have more than a few briskets. I think I can fit at least 5 in the Cambro.

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  • PenskeFile
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    I've always been curious about this, I guess I just need to try it sometime. How would it work to just put the meat in the oven at say 140 degrees (assuming ovens go that low, I really don't know). Is there a downside to that - other than tieing up your oven so you can't use it for anything else?

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  • Medusa
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    Hi Clark,

    Read the article on this site about Faux Cambro. I did it yesterday ( 1st time ) and it kept Ham warm 140 downto 135 IT over 1 Hr 20 min. Meathead's instructions work like a charm!

    Also, I'm sure there are some posts regarding when to shred in the case you need to keep a clod at temp for awhile.

    Good Luck!

    --Ed

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  • Clarkgriswald
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    Keeping meat warm.

    Hi everyone. Hope everyone had a great thanksgiving. Can't believe it's over with already. Tomorrow I am cooking a 8 pound shoulder and was wondering how you guys keep your meat warm after you start to shred and until you eat. Thanks, Clark.

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