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    First cook at new house

    Not sure where to put this since it will cross a couple of categories...

    A few weeks ago I moved into my grandfathers old house and I have not had a chance to fire up the smoker until today...Yesterday I attended a hands on pork butt class at Grillbillies BBQ in Wendell N.C. so today I cooked the pork butt that was prepped in the class. I separated the money muscle and cooked it separately to see how it would come out - not disappointed at all...

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    #2
    That's pretty cool.

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      #3
      VERY cool.

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        #4
        Super Kewl!

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          #5
          Way to go, grilling like a pro

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            #6
            Now that's making a house a home!

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              #7
              Very neat. Thanks for sharing.

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                #8
                How great is it to be able to keep the house in the family! That Pork looks great!

                PBC, PBC, PBC!

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                • HawkerXP
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                  Learn any secret's you can share?

                • clb239
                  clb239 commented
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                  HawkerXP nothing major. It picking up little tips and tricks. Probably removing the money muscle and cooking it separately is one of the things that I did different...

                #9
                Nice job. I've never separated the money muscle and cooked it separately. Now I need to do that. Thanks!!

                Kathryn

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                • clb239
                  clb239 commented
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                  fzxdoc I never had either. I figured since I was just cooking for me and the parents to give it a try. It cooks in a lot less time so it can make a good pitmaster snack if you want to be greedy...I didn't put it on until after I pulled the butt off to rest.

                #10
                Outstanding!

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                  #11
                  Great cook, and cool that you get to keep that house in your family. I’ve never even heard of money muscle, had to look it up,.now I need to try that as well. Thank you for the great share!

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