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Cory Mitchell
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I am a father, husband, and eater.
I am a father, husband, and eater.

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Boston Butt after 10.5 hrs - internal temp at 205-210. 1st 5hrs at 200 and 2nd 5hrs at 240. I put fat side up and did not move them - first time. Fall apart all over except around one part of 3 of them, some fiber around the bone. I am guessing my thermometer is bad- or they could of went another hour. I have done hundreds of these and never had that issue. Could it be the bone being closer to the bottom? Just some tough fiber?
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Wow this group has grown a bit. Keep posting pictures and sharing your eats. I do my best to keep the spam down and out. Happy smoking this summer! Cory

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When you are smoking a Boston Butt you will want bring the temperature of the meat to 200-205 to make it easy to pull. Low and slow for a good 12 hours.

I have love using apple wood pellets and every few hours misting with an equal part of water and apple cider vinegar.
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Cozy Cafe - The first item in the breakfast menu is the Cozy Mess. This is a nice build starting with crispy shredded hash browns, diced ham, chopped bacon, sausage, green pepper, onion, jalapeños, cheddar cheese, and topped with 2 eggs made to order. Choice of toast. If you deem naughty you can have it smothered in sausage gravey. Good stuff! When breakfast is on your hunger- stop by one of the many locations.
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I am ready for winter.  I smoked 8 butts in 15 hours. 5 hours on the smoker at 220 then in the oven till they reached 200. Then vacuum sealed the pulled pork in 1 pound bags. #traeger #pork #butts #shoulder #bbq #barbecue
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