Easy (kind of) pulled pork

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2008/01/07 11:41:38 (permalink)

Easy (kind of) pulled pork

Just want to share my latest experiment that was a total success!

I live on Cape Cod, and good BBQ houses are few and far between, I own a small smoker and have had good results over the years doing my own thing. My problem is having good home-made Que, in the winter months. It's too cold and snowy to tend a smoker all day just to get some ribs or pulled pork for dinner.

Here's what I did:

>Started as usual, 4-6 lb pork butt, bone-in, dry rubbed and let it sit over night refrigerated.
>Lit my gas-grill, set on low, and put the butt on the coolest part of the grill.
>I then placed some large (soaked) chunks of hickory directly on the metal baffles that cover the flame nozzles
>They started to smoke, and I let the butt smoke for about an hour, I kept an eye on it and sprayed the hickory with water to keep them from flaming up. Obviously the grill is made for this, not smoking.
>After an hour, I put the butt into a 250 oven and slow-roasted it for about 6-7 hours. Occasionally basting with a solution of red wine vinagar, red pepper flakes, water & BBQ sauce to keep it moist. The smoky smell in the closed house was unbelievable, my kids kept begging for it to be done!

I took it out, covered in foil, and let it rest for about an hour. At six o'clock, I pulled it off the bone (just like butter), and added some home-made BBQ sauce, it was awesome. Not "super-smoky" but smoky enough to taste, and still nice and porky. Plus, I didn't have to fuss all day with a smoker, as it was 20 degrees outside. Sorry no pictures, but I'm doing it again for the Patriots game on Saturday, I'll send in some photos, go Pats!

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