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Old 02-18-2007, 01:18 PM   #1
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We were out of pulled pork With all the sausage we were making this weekend, we decided to do it as an overnighter on the WSM. Then he decided I would do it as an over nighter....

rubbed with witt rub:



Putting them on the WSM (after shoveling out the 1 1/2 foot snow drift)


Smoking away:


12 hours in:


Added some of the sausages to taste later:


Tons of bark (YAY!!). Dave is mixing up some carolina gold sauce to go on them.

(Too bad Pen's in FLA! )
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Old 02-18-2007, 01:24 PM   #2
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Nice job Mr. & Mrs. Witt!
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Old 02-18-2007, 01:28 PM   #3
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I loooove to see guys smokin' in the snow. You know the Q tastes soooo much better.

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Old 02-18-2007, 01:39 PM   #5
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You don't want to know how many 100lbs of charcoal I go thru in a season....was at the store where I get my charcoal and the lady had to ask me twice if I got the right stuff..cuz instead of the Hump Lump I went with the Hump Bricks....
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Just got done having dinner..the PP was awsome..don't know if it was cuz I didn't cook it (you guys know what I mean but have your funny anyway )....I think I'm done with the fat cap on butts...while cutting up the butts to make sausage I came to the realization that the fat cap wasn't need for Q...no fat cap=more bark....
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Just got done having dinner..the PP was awsome..don't know if it was cuz I didn't cook it (you guys know what I mean but have your funny anyway )....I think I'm done with the fat cap on butts...while cutting up the butts to make sausage I came to the realization that the fat cap wasn't need for Q...no fat cap=more bark....
I agree with the fat cap thing. I am going to remove it on my next burn.
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Old 02-18-2007, 05:04 PM   #10
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There is so much intramuscualar fat that it keeps the butt real moist..
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Nice job, did you send some down for me with Pen?
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Nice job, did you send some down for me with Pen?
He said he was coming to see you Better stock up on Light Beer....Hell he'll probably swing by here on his way back to pick up a few bags of PP
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Old 02-19-2007, 10:33 AM   #13
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Looks good Witt's!!
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After cooking brisket this weekend and scraping off the fat cap, exposing the same no bark condition below the fat I am going to do my next one with the fat removed. My smoker runs very humid. I hope humid enough. Briskets are becoming a favorite of mine. I will smoke one in a pan with no fat cap and the other no fat cap on the grate.
Nice Butts, Ms. Witt Respectfully, someone had to say it .
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Real nice looking pork, well done.
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There is so much intramuscualar fat that it keeps the butt real moist..
You shouldn't talk about Puff behind his back...so to speak.
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