Salt and Pepper Pork

SillyRabbit

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This is an 7.7 lb shoulder from Kroger. I dusted it with salt and pepper, then smoked for 14 hrs. First 3 hrs on smoke boost, then 10.5 hrs at 225 and then the final half hour at 275. I filled a drip pan with water and set it on the grates for the entire smoke. Fat cap up the entire smoke. Didn't wrap. Pulled off at 203°, wrapped in foil and towel or 30 mins. It was so moist and flavorful. I usually put a pretty heavy rub on it, but this turned out pretty amazing with just salt and pepper.
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Looks great . I’ve been meaning to do a Texas pulled pork since watching Malcolm reed do one but the wife likes what she likes . Might have get a two pack off butts at Costco and try this way
 

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Looks great . I’ve been meaning to do a Texas pulled pork since watching Malcolm reed do one but the wife likes what she likes . Might have get a two pack off butts at Costco and try this way
Did exactly that last weekend. One Our typical rub Oakridge game bird with A bunch of brown brown sugar and the other was SPOGOS from Oakridge, very savory and had a great peppery kick!!
We took them both with us on vacation and had several great meals.
 

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