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  Topic: Boston Butt
rbrattrud

Replies: 9
Views: 6327

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Thu Aug 18 11 5:15 am   Subject: Boston Butt
Everyone has there own way of cooking pork shoulders, brining will not screw up a pork shoulder at all I have cooked many of them this same way and they turn out great. I know many people who also do ...
  Topic: Attempting 1st pulled pork... some questions
rbrattrud

Replies: 17
Views: 10583

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Thu Aug 18 11 5:08 am   Subject: Attempting 1st pulled pork... some questions
Still working on the pics, but brining does work. I use it ever time I cook pork shoulders.
  Topic: Boston Butt
rbrattrud

Replies: 9
Views: 6327

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Tue Aug 16 11 6:48 am   Subject: Boston Butt
Also brining reduces cooking time which you can read about on the website previously posted
  Topic: Boston Butt
rbrattrud

Replies: 9
Views: 6327

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Tue Aug 16 11 6:46 am   Subject: Boston Butt
Everyone does it differently and it is important to find what works for you. I like to brine the butt for 3 days in a simple brine then use a rub. I find it helps lock in moisture and flavor. I like t ...
  Topic: Attempting 1st pulled pork... some questions
rbrattrud

Replies: 17
Views: 10583

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Tue Aug 16 11 6:38 am   Subject: Attempting 1st pulled pork... some questions
I agree that everyone does it differently and it is important to find what works for you. I like to brine the butt for 3 days in a simple brine then use a rub. I find it helps lock in moisture and f ...
  Topic: Boston Butt Brine
rbrattrud

Replies: 3
Views: 35334

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Tue Aug 16 11 6:31 am   Subject: reply
Brining is not new. Soaking food in salt water has been used by cooks and restaurants for many years.
According to the Food Safety and Inspection Service1 the verb "brine" means to treat wi ...
  Topic: Boston Butt Brine
rbrattrud

Replies: 3
Views: 35334

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Tue Aug 16 11 12:05 am   Subject: Boston Butt Brine
Brining a pork butt before cooking is key to locking in moisture and flavor. I mix this brine and submerge the meat in it for 3 days before cooking.

Good Brine
1 dark beer (amber bock worked g ...
  Topic: Boston Butt (Pulled Pork) Preparation
rbrattrud

Replies: 30
Views: 89890

PostForum: Pork Recipes   Posted: Tue May 31 11 2:14 am   Subject: Pork Butt Brine
I like to soak the pork in a brine mixture of salt, brown sugar and apple juice for up to three days before cooking. Doing this draws the flavor from the apple juice into the meat and lock in alot of ...
  Topic: Smokey Mc.Pot From Iowa
rbrattrud

Replies: 5
Views: 884

PostForum: Introduce Yourself   Posted: Thu May 26 11 10:28 am   Subject: Smokey Mc.Pot From Iowa
Hi everybody, I do alot of smoking and am always lookin for new techniques and tips. I have been researching and learning alot so far and looking to take it to the next level. I currently use a Trae ...
 
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