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  Topic: Boston Butt: How Long is Too Long?
cobol sam

Replies: 6
Views: 12889

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Sat Jul 23 11 6:11 am   Subject: Boston Butt: How Long is Too Long?
Thanks all, I forgot I had this post sitting out here. I am usually running my smoker at 200 - 250. I like to be around 225-235 most of the time.

Does 250-275 really count as slow cooking?
  Topic: Boston Butt: How Long is Too Long?
cobol sam

Replies: 6
Views: 12889

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Sun Jul 03 11 8:41 pm   Subject: Boston Butt: How Long is Too Long?
I'm on my second year of smoking, and I usually do ribs or a boston butt 3-4 times in the summer\fall.

Whenever I have done boston butt in the past it seems like it takes me 22(ish) hours to reach ...
  Topic: Bourbon Soaked Smoked Chuck Roast
cobol sam

Replies: 56
Views: 185834

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Sat May 21 11 5:11 am   Subject: Bourbon Soaked Smoked Chuck Roast
Hey guys im gonna try this but i do have one question.Why 150 degrees?Isnt a chuck close to a pork butt?Im still a rookie but i just thought you would cook these to a higher temp to break it down more ...
  Topic: Rusty Old Smoker Safe to Use?
cobol sam

Replies: 5
Views: 7596

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Sep 12 10 9:46 pm   Subject: Rusty Old Smoker Safe to Use?
cobol sam, depending on the amount of rust will depend on the method of cleaning. First off the rust will not harm you as far as cooking goes.
I would use a wire brush and clean out as much as possib ...
  Topic: Rusty Old Smoker Safe to Use?
cobol sam

Replies: 5
Views: 7596

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Sep 12 10 9:10 am   Subject: Rusty Old Smoker Safe to Use?
I was offered a rusty old pit smoker with side fire box today. It has some rust on the outside and some on the inside. I am wondering if that is safe to use, or what is the best way to get that cleane ...
  Topic: Help a Newbie Out
cobol sam

Replies: 7
Views: 2402

PostForum: Rubs, Marinades, Brines, Mops & Sauces   Posted: Tue Sep 07 10 8:13 am   Subject: Help a Newbie Out
I did remake my recipe using only a third of the chili powder and it lost the gravy taste. It still wasn't very good though Sad

Thanks all for the feedback. I try the amazing ribs sauce next weekend ...
  Topic: Help a Newbie Out
cobol sam

Replies: 7
Views: 2402

PostForum: Rubs, Marinades, Brines, Mops & Sauces   Posted: Mon Sep 06 10 2:03 pm   Subject: Help a Newbie Out
I'm using tomato puree, tomato paste, onions, garlic, sugar, and chili powder with some water and vinegar to thin it out.
  Topic: Help a Newbie Out
cobol sam

Replies: 7
Views: 2402

PostForum: Rubs, Marinades, Brines, Mops & Sauces   Posted: Sun Sep 05 10 11:35 pm   Subject: Help a Newbie Out
Hello I'm new on this forum. I've recently been trying to create my own BBQ sauce recipe, but after many attempts the sauce always comes out with a gravy taste. Has anyone else experienced this? I'd ...
 
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