SmokeFire Weekend Cooks?

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They do look really good! Does the skin stay crispy?

The cooker looks well used!!
If you get the skin nice and dry it crisps up pretty good. I also rub with olive oil before adding the dry rub. At least for me it helps. There are time when it crisps up better than times when the skin has lot of moisture.

My SF is definitely well used, has lot of hours on it.
 

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If you get the skin nice and dry it crisps up pretty good. I also rub with olive oil before adding the dry rub. At least for me it helps. There are time when it crisps up better than times when the skin has lot of moisture.

My SF is definitely well used, has lot of hours on it.
Pro tip: sprinkle corn starch on any poultry skin and it basically comes out air fried. 👨‍🍳
 

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10lb pork shoulder, low and slow. I use Bad Byron's Butt Rub, love that stuff, but I know it's not for everyone. The plan is to use a combo of cookinpellets.com perfect mix and weber grillmaster. Set it to 225, put a pan under the grate, and let her rip. I'll put a couple probes in to see how the pan affects the temps.
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