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    Desperate! Help!

    Desperate here.... have a Boston butt/picnic on the grill for the last 13.5 hours. Lunch is in 25 minutes and i am only at 167 degrees. Just put it in the oven at 350. Anything else i can do?

    #2
    Nope, that's it. If you haven't wrap it in foil.

    BTW, if it doesnt get a temp where it pulls nicely, slice it. Should still taste great.

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      #3
      Agreed. Wrapping will speed up the process, 350* is a good temp. Hopefully it will be ready on time but I bet it takes an hour.

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        #4
        Yep, just wrap it in foil and give it an hour or so at 350.

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          #5
          Agree with ^^^ above.

          25 minutes to pulled pork jus ain't gonna happen, imce.

          Sry.

          It might be late, but it'll all be otay...

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            #6
            Relax & smile. They’ll love it & you fer cookin it!

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            • HawkerXP
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              awe.....

            • Steve B
              Steve B commented
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              You should talk about smiling. 😁

            #7
            Anxious to see how this turned out. Did you slice? Seemed to be the only option to me. I am sure it was great!

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              little late getting back to this...i left it in the oven at 350 for as long as I could and it got up to 178 and i had to go with it. I was able to pull it, at least most of it, and sliced what i could not pull. The smaller butt was perfect so i didn't feel too bad.

            #8
            So how did it turn out, jeremyandleah ?

            Kathryn

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            • jeremyandleah
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              little late getting back to this...i left it in the oven at 350 for as long as I could and it got up to 178 and i had to go with it. I was able to pull it, at least most of it, and sliced what i could not pull. The smaller butt was perfect so i didn't feel too bad.

              thanks for the advice all! wrapping in foil certainly helped. Not sure how but I had forgotten that was a good way to get over the stall.

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