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Old 07-07-2014, 05:48 PM
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Maybe someone can help me I have a 32 by 48 brick barrel oven. I'm going to cook bunch of pork shoulder so many can I do in 1 firing? Can I cover the floor? It holds heat pretty well.
All I can tell you is when I do pulled pork in my smoker it takes anywhere from 18 to as long as 24 hours for them to be finished when holding a steady 225*. So if your oven can hold steady in the 225-250* for up to 24 hrs you'll be good to go.
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It can. Last fire, it was @ 200+ 48 hours later. Thank you for your reply.
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Old 07-11-2014, 08:51 AM
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A tip I read about the other day suggested that once the pork shoulder hits an internal temp of 170* to wrap it tightly in foil untill it reaches the final temp " I pull out at 195-200* I'm going to give it a try today as I'm doing 60 ish pounds for a grad party tomorrow.

Also I suggest that you make sure to let the meat rest atleast 30 min to an hour before pulling to allow juices to redistribute and its little cooler on the hands when pulling
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Thanks Chris, I'll look forward to hearing your results!
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