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Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by pauly, Sep 6, 2014.
New to smoking. Trying to figure out rule of thumb on smoking butts. Times per lbs
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What type of smoker are your using?
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1.5 - 2 hours per pound. 190° for sliced 200° - 205° for pulled.
Yep, X's 2, themule has you covered on his response.
Hey TheMule69. I started the Boston Butt around 3 am. Woke up every two hours to add more wood chips. I am using a Brinkmann Gourmet electric smoker. Better than what I have used two times in the past, wich is A Brinkmann Gas grille. It worked well :grilling_smilieworked ok . The gas grill worked ok, but because of my inexperience. Led the meat to be cooked a little too much char. And having to make the foil packs with the wood was kinda a hassle. But did the job. I still plan on smoking it a few more hours. My temp is around 175.thanks for the reply.
Paul in Florida.
If you will post pics of your smoke over in the pork section a lot more people will see it. Also
I'm new here also. You will find a WEALTH of info here! Lots of very nice folks, also.
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Pauly Welcome to SMF the search bar on top of the page will be your best friend.
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