|Ralph’s Digi Q Pulled Pork||
Recipe Type: Main
Prep time: 1 hour
Cook time: 13 hours
Total time: 14 hours
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- 1 (7-8lb) Bone-in Butt
- Yellow Mustard
- Weber Sweet and Tangy BBQ rub
- I wanted to share my experience doing pulled pork.
- I found a fresh picnic shoulder that had been cut in half for a shank end and a butt end with skin on. Total weight was 8 1/2 pounds. Covered it with yellow mustard and Weber Sweet and Tangy BBQ rub.
- Set the DigiQ at 225 and put the pork on at 9:00 PM using lump and hickory chunks. Internal temp of the meat was 51 degrees. Went to bed and forgot about it.
- The next morning at 7:00 the internal meat temp was 175. 3 hours later the temp was 185 and tender so I took it off and wrapped it in foil. After resting 1 hr I separated the skin and bone from the meat. Total finished weight was 3 and 1/2 pounds.
- The best I’ve ever had. Deep smoke ring, moist, tender, unbelievable flavor. It didn’t need any sauce.
- The DigiQ works like a charm for maintaining temps dead-on. After 13 hours there was still plenty of charcoal left if I had wanted to go longer.
Recipe Submitted By: Ralph Yeaman (Grill Dome Community)
Serving size: A great picnic or camping treat. Store the rest in the refrigerator if your at home for sandwiches throughout the week.
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