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Old 10-29-2006, 02:13 PM   #1
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Butt with Finney Rub #1

Put a 7lb bone in butt(Ithink, notice the tag on the package, says pork shoulder. Also says roast. Kind of confusing, but at .99 lb couldn't pass it up.)on at 7am. I'm using Finney Rub #1. A finger taste was sweet at first, then came the heat. Not an overpowering heat, subtle but it lingered for a while on my tounge. The sweet was very pronounced. I also injected with fresh apple cider.
I'm using apple, cherry, and a chunk of black cherry for smoke. I wanted to use hickory too, but the store had none. The internal temp is 136 after 8 hrs. The wind is blowing like hell out of the North and I'm going through lump like crazy.
I've also been in the Puff test kitchen working on a sauce using Finney Rub #1 & Wolfe Rub Original. I'll never copy what they had at SOTB but I'm trying to come up with something close. Talked to Larry about it. He said he knows the recipe, and also mentioned something about having to kill me if he told me. (Kidding)
That's it for now, let's see how she comes out.


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Old 10-29-2006, 02:15 PM   #2
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Puff you are a cooking fool....go Puff.....
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Go Puff Go! Looking good so far bud!
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Old 10-29-2006, 02:37 PM   #4
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You're fine Puff...it's a Boston Butt, half of the whole shoulder with the picnic ham section the other half. Butchers label it as a roast so
shoppers will know they can just roast it. Sells more that way.
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Your fine Puff...it's a Boston Butt, half of the whole shoulder with the picnic ham section the other half. Butchers label it as a roast so
shoppers will know they can just roast it. Sells more that way.
Thanks Cappy. The label just didn't make sense.
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Old 10-29-2006, 03:36 PM   #6
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Looks good so far Puff. Yur makin me hungry.
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The label just didn't make sense.
You're right. What a confusing label...shoulder, butt, roast.

Wow Puff, I'm impressed. I didn't think the van would be big enough to have a test kitchen. When are you going to start shamelessy hawking your sauce?

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Looking good Poof-daddy.
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The label just didn't make sense.
You're right. What a confusing label...shoulder, butt, roast.

Wow Puff, I'm impressed. I didn't think the van would be big enough to have a test kitchen. When are you going to start shamelessy hawking your sauce?

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Thanks Griff.
The test kitchen is pulled behind the van

The sauce will be hawked as soon as Finney & Larry give me the true recipe

Butt is at 150. I didn't take any "in the smoker cooking" pics.
With the weather I've had to deal with........I am not opening that lid!
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The label just didn't make sense.
You're right. What a confusing label...shoulder, butt, roast.

Wow Puff, I'm impressed. I didn't think the van would be big enough to have a test kitchen. When are you going to start shamelessy hawking your sauce?

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Thanks Griff.
The test kitchen is pulled behind the van

The sauce will be hawked as soon as Finney & Larry give me the true recipe
It's a Szecret.... [smilie=nonono.gif]
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