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Old 01-22-2013, 07:54 PM
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I tried the brine and dry rub recipe on a 7 pound pork butt. Temperature seemed too high but I did not have time to allow further cooling and needed to to get cooking. Started cooking at 8:00 am. Returned home at 4:00 pm and the aroma in the yard was amazing. Pulled the roast out at 5:30 and the meat was falling off the bone. The best ever! Thanks!
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Old 01-23-2013, 04:00 PM
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I tried the brine and dry rub recipe on a 7 pound pork butt. Temperature seemed too high but I did not have time to allow further cooling and needed to to get cooking. Started cooking at 8:00 am. Returned home at 4:00 pm and the aroma in the yard was amazing. Pulled the roast out at 5:30 and the meat was falling off the bone. The best ever! Thanks!
I'm glad it worked for you! We keep going back to this recipe on a regular basis! You have to try the rolls with it! They are worth it for sure!
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