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Old 04-19-2014, 03:31 PM
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Default Turbo ribs on the Big Green Egg

Decided to do a couple if pork butts Turbo style today. Started with 2 none in trimmed butts 5.78 and 5.87 lbs each. Rubbed with Byron's Butt rub.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397939461.323869.jpg
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Old 04-19-2014, 03:38 PM
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Set the egg up for indirect plate setter legs up. Got temp stable at 350.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397939676.551779.jpg
Put butts in egg raised grid with water pan to keep from drying out.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397939738.202673.jpg
2 hours in, looking good.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397939795.380301.jpg
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Yard work done, time for a cold one or two!!ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397939864.709232.jpg
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Stabilized the temp at 350 deg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397940156.432317.jpg Forgot at add that at the beginning.
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Internal temp at 160.
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Double wrapped in HD foil, added 1-5.5 ounce can Apple juice in each. Back on the egg, 3 hours in. Looking for a internal temp of 195-200. Time for another cold one.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397941224.283378.jpg
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If your doing pulled pork, run the temp up to 205 and you will be pleased at how much easier the meat pulls.

Give it a try.....you may be surprised.
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Thanks Bluechip I will give it a try. 4 hrs in now, IT @ 188 deg. Neighbors are sniffing around, lol.
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Internal temp 201
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Wrapped in towel, put in the Yeti for 1 hour to rest, hope they don't freeze, LOLImageUploadedByTapatalk1397946483.226238.jpg
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Lol..... I remember my son pulled into the neighborhood one day and said "Dad, as soon as I turned into the hood I could smell your smoker..... I knew it was you"....

Considering I'm the 5th house down the road, it was one of my prouder moments as a pit master lol....

You can't ever go wrong with a pork butt...
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That's perfect......
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Pulled them out the Yeti after 1 hour, the smell was awesome. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397951586.344070.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1397951603.556149.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1397951627.585818.jpg
Bone came right out, had to sneak a taste, very moist and tasted good, good.
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Plated it up with a lil Sweet Baby Rays Honey BBQ sauce, some baked beans, and tater chips, will bring the remainder to my dad's tomorrow. Gonna do that again.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397951818.920853.jpg
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Total cook time was 4.5 hrs, plus the 1 hour rest, ate it up in about 6 hours after pulling.
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Sweet Baby Ray's goes good on that pork. Looks good dude. I like those eggs....

But I have 2 pits and 2 smokers now.
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Yea, Rays is some good stuff. I had a Gas grill prior to my LBGE, it burnt up, so Mrs. Toolpush got it along with the Cedar table for Christmas. I sure like my Egg.
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I saw that table..... If you don't mind, take a pic of your whole set up.
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I saw that table..... If you don't mind, take a pic of your whole set up.
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Looks great !!!

Like the grill mods jacking it up a bit, what type of damper do you have on top ? Got a glimpse of some stainless steel ...

We did some ribs today on the egg, really turned out well ... Best outdoor cooker I have ever had .

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I got the stainless steel vent cap from Smokeware.net that thing is awesome, once
you get it set you don't have to worry about it.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1398001452.390032.jpg
About $48.00 shipped. Snuffs out the fire good when done. If you gonna do a high heat cook, just pull the top off.
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Here is the whole set up. Bought it in Lafayette, Indoor Outdoor living on the corner of Long Street and Bertrand. Really nice people. Check out there web page.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1398001823.527739.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1398001840.377091.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1398001856.692444.jpg
The casters make it nice can roll it around. Bought a rolling cabinet at SAMs to store all the accessories and lump.
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Sorry the pics are a little blurry.
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The egghead forum has table plans if you want to build it a nest. I don't have access to wood working tools so Mrs. Toolpush bought the table, I have me a good woman.
Happy Easter everyone.
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