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Another great pulled pork smoke - Granddaunghter seal of approval

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  • HawkerXP
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    Congrats!

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  • Blues1
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    Great looking cook. Absolutely adorable grand daughter. That picture paints a thousand words! Love it!

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  • Bogy
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    FredS Pork looks almost as good as the granddaughter. We drove over last Sunday to our son's house. He lives about an hour away, and manages a Farm/Fleet type store. Wife had made masks for everyone in the store. Our 3 year old grandson could not understand why grampa and grandma were not getting out of the car.

    But, I'm also glad to see your butt, and the bark, and hear the compliments from others. I was doubting my sanity a bit today. Last night a guy posted his pulled pork on a Facebook page for Grillas and it looked about like yours. I thought it looked good, and evidently he did when he posted it, he wasn't asking what he did wrong, although after a bunch of comments about how it was "burned" and suggestions about how to keep that from happening again he gave a couple of reasons why it looked like that. The pictures of what others were posting of the color they were looking for looked like what is showing through where the bark has split on yours. I commented that I guess those looked OK, if you didn't like bark, and while I wasn't flamed, I was informed I was definitely wrong. As I said there, when I pull my pork I've gotta fight of family trying to grab that "burnt" bark while I'm pulling.

    Gotta stick closer to home. You guys here are my people!

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  • smokenoob
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    Drop the mic, you nailed it!

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  • TripleB
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    beautiful.... and your grand daughter too

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  • FredS
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    I think the Joint is only one of two NOLA restaurants I have been to more than once. There are so many good choices, but I really like their Q.

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  • Ahumadora
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    Better than any BBQ comp trophy!!!

  • klflowers
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    Young lady with a gallon bag of pulled pork. Beautiful!!! By the way, I have been to The Joint, I think I still have some of that same rub somewhere around here. Going to have to look for it.

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  • texastweeter
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    that is a great looking shoulder! Even better looking when the granddaughter is enjoying it.

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  • Henrik
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    Awesome pulled pork!

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  • Troutman
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    The granddaughter shot is money

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  • fzxdoc
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    What a cutie pie, enjoying her grandpa's pulled pork. That's a photo you'll look at years down the road and it will still bring a smile. Nice going, grandpa.

    P.S. Your pulled pork looks delicious.

    Kathryn

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  • Greygoose
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    An outstanding validation of a job well done ­čĹŹ­čĹŹ­čĹŹ

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  • ofelles
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    Do not interrupt her while she eats!

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  • RonB
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    Great job.

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