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Pork Collar or CT cut pork butt

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    Pork Collar or CT cut pork butt

    Getting ready for the KCBS pork rule change starting November 1, I've got 4 pork collar butts (3 in the freezer). I'm going to test cook one, just like I'd do it for a contest. So I'll be cranking up the Backyard Jambo!

    We needs pics of this!


    • jfmorris
      jfmorris commented
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      Second this! I want to see pictures of CandySueQ 's pit! I have no clue what a pork collar butt is though!

    • bbqLuv
      bbqLuv commented
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      Huskee ditto, jfmorris ditto

    • CandySueQ
      CandySueQ commented
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      Will keep the iPhone handy!

    I had the barbed wire decoration on the skirt removed, along with the rest of "Texana" on the sign (not visible on this side)!

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      Weight is 3.24 lbs. in the package.
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      Before trimming, I’m going to take that hard fat out.
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      Nice “money muscle”!

      It has been seasoned and in the frig. I’m out of wood, so the OG gets the cook.


      • Troutman
        Troutman commented
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        Nice looking cut of meat

      Are they button down collars?


        I want your competition drum recipe or tips. Usually I do 1/2 birds, but drums would be an interesting change.


        • CandySueQ
          CandySueQ commented
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          Chicken is not my strong category! Last BCA contest I did make final table though.

        Temping at 175 to 182. I don’t believe I will wrap.
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        • texastweeter
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          What's in the foil next to it.

        • CandySueQ
          CandySueQ commented
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          Brisket chunk that had to be cooked. Tested 4 Legs Up beef rub.

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        the useable meat.
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