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Old 10-19-2006, 07:35 PM   #1
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4 Butts on the WSM

Sunday morning I got up at 1:40 AM and started the fire in the WSM. While it was getting to temperature I rubbed down the butts with mustard and TexasBBQrub. I put the 4 butts on at 2:25AM. I had a time getting the temperature regulated for the next few hours. Finally about 5AM it seemed to maintain about 225 to 230. I left for church at 8 AM and left the wife to regulate the heat. I told her to keep it between 225 and 250. She was able to maintain it at about 240. When I got back from church around 11 AM the butt on the top rack was at 155 the other about 3 degrees lower. I wanted to take them off at about 1:30 and let them rest for an hour…WELL…I increased the heat to about 280 at 11 AM. One butt was at 195 at about 1:30 two others were at about 190 at 1:50. I was able to pull and chop at about 2:20PM . I wish I had time to let them rest for an hour but that wasn’t going to happen because the family get together was a 3:00PM. I pulled and chopped. The first butt was the best the others were ok. The last one was at 195 when I left to go to the family get together so I just closed the vents on the WSM and pulled it off about an hour later (I left the get together for alittle while to tend to the last butt).

I will start even earlier next time or run the smoker hotter from the start. I should have given myself 2 hours a pound as suggested. The butts were 7 to 8 pounds a piece except one was 9 pounds.

Here are the pictures.

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Old 10-19-2006, 07:55 PM   #2
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Looks good! Next time, post BEFORE you start cooking. I can be in Asheboro in less than an hour... [smilie=a_bigteeth.gif]
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Old 10-19-2006, 08:07 PM   #3
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I can be in Asheboro in less than an hour... [smilie=a_bigteeth.gif]
Some company sure would have been great. Sometimes the wee hours of the morning get a little lonely especially the 2 AM hour.
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Old 10-19-2006, 08:10 PM   #4
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I can be in Asheboro in less than an hour... [smilie=a_bigteeth.gif]
Some company sure would have been great. Sometimes the wee hours of the morning get a little lonely especially the 2 AM hour.
A lot of time, John LaBatts keeps me company..lol. Good looking eats !
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Old 10-19-2006, 10:02 PM   #5
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Great job cleglue! Those were some big looking butts there!
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Old 10-19-2006, 11:13 PM   #6
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I like big butts. No lie.
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Old 10-20-2006, 04:47 AM   #7
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Old 10-20-2006, 04:54 AM   #8
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Good looking cook Craig!! Big Ole' Butts!!
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Looks good !!! I'm doing four this weekend too.

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Now that was a full smoker. Great color.
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Good job cleglue, reminded me that I haven't had pulled pork in quite some time.
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Re: 4 Butts on the WSM

Looks good , I usually pull mine at the 200 degree mark, but the good thing about BBQ is I have never met any I didn`t like. Its a perfect day to BBQ and I can`t even get out the house because of the gout. Maybe I will be over this by Tommorow cause if I am I will be out on the smoker I got 8 butts down on the freezer , got a good sale at a local grocery store 98 cents a pound , just could not pass that up. Thanks for the pics I can almost taste them !!
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