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Pork butt challenege: Kettle w/ Slow 'N Sear VS Yoder Stickburner

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    Pork butt challenege: Kettle w/ Slow 'N Sear VS Yoder Stickburner

    Slow 'N Sear -VS- Stickburner pork butts: All methods identical, side by side

    Slow 'N Sear on 22" kettle, after ~7hrs at 235:

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    Yoder Wichita stickburner, after ~7hrs at 235

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    Now for the fun part: Cast your votes in the comments which picture you think represents the Kettle w/ Slow 'N Sear; or the Stickburner pulled pork. Yes each picture is truly from one of each, no trickery.


    A)

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    Yes, the two pictures above do look very similar! So, to really show some differences, I purposely found two pieces that looked different, as a general rule they looked the same as A & B above show.

    Each fork has a chunk from one or the other. Piece on left is from A) above, and piece on right is from B).

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    What say you, Pit members?.....



    #2
    Stick burner is A no it's B no it's A... Ok my final answer is A
    Last edited by DWCowles; May 30, 2015, 12:00 PM.

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      #3
      You sure that isn't the same photo posted twice? Lol

      I'll guess stick burner is A.

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        #4
        A stick burner, B is SnS

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          #5
          Stick burner is B... Darker color on the pork.

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            #6
            Is that a granite or soapstone top? Sorry, my Disqus page is filled up with soapstone back and forths. All I got on my mind

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            • Huskee
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              Lol what a topic to argue about...smh

            #7
            SnS is A.

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              #8
              Yoder is B.

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                #9
                Stickburner is B. You can see how shriveled and worn it looks, just like some shlub tossing hunk after hunk of wood into a fire all day long.

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                • Huskee
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                  Lol. It's funny how when you're having a bonfire with friends and family, tossing a log on the fire every half hour is relaxation. On a smoker ppl think it's work.

                • Ernest
                  Ernest commented
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                  What are you getting at @Huskee?! LOL

                #10
                Yoder pork is B

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                  #11
                  B is the SnS

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                    #12
                    I think A is the stickburner.

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                      #13
                      Originally posted by John View Post
                      Stickburner is B. You can see how shriveled and worn it looks, just like some shlub tossing hunk after hunk of wood into a fire all day long.
                      _John_ have you ever owned or cook on a stick burner? I haven't never had meat come out of my stick burner shrivel or worn. For the GREAT meat that comes out of my stick burner I don't mind at all tossing a log or two in every 30-45 mins.

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                      • DWCowles
                        DWCowles commented
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                        Dang now you're calling me OLD! 😡

                      • Huskee
                        Huskee commented
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                        I've been told I'm still a whipper snapper. [tongue out DWCowles ]

                      • boftx
                        boftx commented
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                        Huskee you're still a snot-nosed punk! Hell, you've never even had ti-tip til just a little while ago.

                      #14
                      I think B is the Yoder. Did you use the same type of wood chunks on the kettle as the wood in the Yoder?

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                      • Huskee
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                        Yep, both ash.

                      #15
                      When are you going to give us the answer Huskee?

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                      • Huskee
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                        Oh soon enough, just waiting to give anyone else who cares a chance to guess.

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