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  1. #1 Grillin for Gator! 
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    I guess recipes are going here!
    I felt bad for that hog anus thread getting into plank territory, so here is some real Florida BBQ
    Pulled pork! When you can take it off the grill and pull the meat apart with 2 forks, you know you did well!!

    Boston butt
    Inject with mojo sauce
    rub with your favorite rub ( my favorite rub right now is a store bought rub called Grill Mates Pork Rub by Mc Cormick)
    Soak some hickory wood chunks
    Get grill to about 250 degrees, heat on one side only, put roast on other side of grill.
    Put wood chunks in tin foil and place on the hot side of grill
    Cook for at least 30-40 mins a lb. or until 180 for sliced pork or 190-200 for pulled pork.
    A good idea is to get a spray bottle , and mix beef broth and apple juice and use to wet down roast every hour or so.

    I forgot to take a before pic.

    This is after




    And I do mean pull apart!!


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    Is that from your kill?

    If so, we've seen the before pic. :p
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    "Grilled" pulled pork is a poor sustitute for real BBQ.

    In order to do up real pulled pork you need to smoke it with an offset firebox using real wood. If you aren't going to do that then you might as well just put it in the oven with BBQ Sauce over it.
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    Oh shit. This isn't the beginning of the Barbecue Wars Part Umpteen , is it?
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    Gotta go with the Gator on this one. Gotta have smoke.

    Best is firebox on one end, chimney on the other, fifteen or twenty feet of cooking area in between. Sheet metal lids over the cooking area. Low and Slow.

    Warms the cockles of my heart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    Oh shit. This isn't the beginning of the Barbecue Wars Part Umpteen , is it?
    Would you rather talk about Australia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gator View Post
    Would you rather talk about Australia?
    Barbecue it is.:p Start a chili thread too. We kinda have a Civil War one going so we'll see where that one takes us.
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    That Bar-B-Que does look good P45. Just messin' :D

    Since my folks sold the bar-b-que restaurant I don't have access to a for-real pit so I make do, and it's pretty da-gone good.

    Still, low and slow, and smoke makes it good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    Gotta go with the Gator on this one. Gotta have smoke.


    hmmmmmmm....

    Soak some hickory wood chunks
    I thought for sure the hickory would make smoke.
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    Looks great, as always, P45. I did the grilling thing for a few years, with the offset firebox, splitting the wood myself, preburning it before I put it into the firebox. I did okay with it, but eventually gave the whole thing away. I fussed over it too much, and was never really happy with the turnout.. never really found that perfect temp.. no flame, just coals, etc.

    I often work near a real BBQ place that actually knows how to do it right. I usually bring a container of the meat home..rolls and cabbage slaw on the side to assemble later. mmmm.
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