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    Cooking some pigs on the rotisserie

    I have some big parties coming up and just figured I would cook it all at once. I have somewhere around 400 lbs of pork in the smoker. Almost three pigs!! I saved the pork bellies out of the biggest one. Click image for larger version

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    #2
    I knew it would be a COOK when you said "some pigs"

    Finished pics please.

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    • Backroadmeats
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      Will do!!

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    Getting close to done. Gonna have to be good enough cuz I am out of charcoal. Click image for larger version

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      #4
      LOL that’s an honest answer to “how do you know when it is done?”

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      • Backroadmeats
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        It is a good signal the the cook is over!!

      #5
      Dude, that’s pork-a-licious looking to me. Wow !!!

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      • Backroadmeats
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        Honestly it doesn't even smell good. I have cooked so much pulled pork the last few mothes I cant even eat it!!

      #6
      Yup! Cut em & cook em! 👍

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      • Backroadmeats
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        It makes it way easier to get off the smoker just throw it in meat totes and push in the walk in cooler !! Now I have to bone it all out. Yuck!!

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      I am surprised no one asked how I pull it because I threw it in the cooler last night. Well simple answer is I don't... I chop it in my vcm aka a 45 quart food processor on steroids. It has a plastic blade on it for kneading bread but also works great for chopping pulled pork. It has a 5hp motor and spins at 1150 rpm.. Click image for larger version

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        #8
        Somehow I think one bottle of Black Swan sauce wouldn’t quite be enough here.

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        • HawkerXP
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          LoL! But I know someone who would gladly sell him more!

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