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Little Money Muscle, low 'n slowed in the Weber kettle for 6 hours to 185

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    Little Money Muscle, low 'n slowed in the Weber kettle for 6 hours to 185

    Outrageously awesomely tasty!! Cherry wood smoke with B & B Briquettes. Rest of the butt is sitting at 167. Nice little brunch.

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    #2
    Nice bark and smoke ring!
    Mustard? 😄

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      Love me some mustard. McDonald's mustard el puko!! Since I started making Meathead's South Carolina stuff.

    #3
    That sure does look mighty tasty Jerod Broussard

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      #4
      Shaweeett!

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        #5
        I'm sooooo hungry right now, looking at those pics!

        Kathryn

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          #6
          OK, @Jarod, where do we find Meatheads South Carolina?

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          • richinlbrg
            richinlbrg commented
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            Thank you, @Jerod. Don't know how I missed it, but I did.

          • Jerod Broussard
            Jerod Broussard commented
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            Technically it is called Columbia Gold, or something like that, hence the game of hide and seek.

          • bbqoaf
            bbqoaf commented
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            This is easily one of the top three recipes on this site, we always have a batch of this in the fridge, great on just about everything! My taste is sans tomatoe paste.

          #7
          Oh man. That just ain't right. I just about gnawed off my tongue seeing those pictures. Great job!

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          • Jerod Broussard
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            Better than Ursus arctos horribilus doing it for you.

          • 1buba
            1buba commented
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            BWAHAHAHA

          #8
          Looks amazing, I usually eat a good chunk of mine when pulling. I will have to try and cook it separate sometime, or at least take it off early.

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          • Jerod Broussard
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            This is only the second time I've had it. Always forget when pulling. The first time I pulled it too early, then tried to eat it as leftovers, wasn't that great.

          #9
          That is one incredibly tasty looking samwich!

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          #10
          So...I've been sitting at 185. I figured ok to eat but...thought maybe 193ish per MH. I'm grabbing those 14lbs and diggin in!

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