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Old 02-03-2008, 07:58 AM   #1
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A strange night. Getting home from the indoor golf tournament and bar hopping all day. I started at 11 pm Saturday night. Temp was 31dropped down to 30 no wind. Coyotes hollowing all night. Put on the 10-1/2 pound butt, brisket and 2 rack of ribs. Ribs done at 6, butt done at 7:30. Seriously confused on why the butt was done in 71/2 hours. Used a different meat supplier for the butt. I was figuring 15 hours for the butt. Never had one finish so fast. I cooked at 225 to 230. I just wrapped it and put it in a cooler. That was supposed to be for dinner tonight. What do you think it will be if I keep it in the cooler for 5 hours and have it for lunch. Would it be any good in cooler for 10 hours for dinner.

Brisket is where I figure it should be for temperature at this time into cook.
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Old 02-03-2008, 08:01 AM   #2
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I have done 5 hours before. I don't know about 10.

That did cook quick. I guess all pigs are not created equal.
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What was the temp when you pulled it? I assume you calibrated your them?

But I'm with Cliff, 10 hours in just a cooler and your probably looking at the danger zone. I'd pull it NOW, bag it, and re-heat at dinner time.... or keep it in a 200 degree oven all day....but you'd probably start to loose some moisture due to evaporation.
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I agree put that butt in the fridge... 1st wrap it in saran wrap, tightly, then wrap tightly in foil.... in a preheated 275 heating vessel, reheat for a little over and hour.. put a thermometer to it and pull at 160,
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What was the temp when you pulled it? I assume you calibrated your them?

But I'm with Cliff, 10 hours in just a cooler and your probably looking at the danger zone. I'd pull it NOW, bag it, and re-heat at dinner time.... or keep it in a 200 degree oven all day....but you'd probably start to loose some moisture due to evaporation.
I have not pulled it yet. Themo's are correct. I checked with 2 of them. The bone is just falling off. I am wondering if it is the size of the bone in the butt that threw the time off.
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I am wondering if it is the size of the bone in the butt that threw the time off.
That is just wrong, on so many levels . . .
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I am wondering if it is the size of the bone in the butt that threw the time off.
That is just wrong, on so many levels . . .
and to think that someone here said you were a "class act"
Gotta watch the size of the bone
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I am wondering if it is the size of the bone in the butt that threw the time off.
That is just wrong, on so many levels . . .
But it is a good play on words. Glad to see some people are awake.
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Should ask Puff. He's had quite a few big bones in his.
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Should ask Puff. He's had quite a few big bones in his.
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Should ask Puff. He's had quite a few big bones in his.
my fingers are in my ears . . . and I'm singing la la la la la la
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