Pull Pork

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How long and at what temp should i super smoke before leveling off temperature over 225 degrees. I am using the basic recipe on treagers website and they start at 250. I don't want to cook for over 10 hours if feasible. any suggestions would be helpful

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How long and at what temp should i super smoke before leveling off temperature over 225 degrees. I am using the basic recipe on treagers website and they start at 250. I don't want to cook for over 10 hours if feasible. any suggestions would be helpful

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Pork butts will stall at about 160... there is NO MAGIC method, you have to let the meat get done on it's own.... I would cook at least at 250... I've done 60 butts in conventional smokers and sometimes temps get to 300... this still DOES NOT get the meat done faster... take your BUTT off at 197-200... WRAP IT IN FOIL, WRAP IT IN A TOWEL, PUT IT IN A COOLER for about 2 hours... This is the ONLY way to cook Pulled Pork....

And YES, it is VERY likely you will go over 10 hours!!!!
 

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My pork butts take about 18 hours at 225, but I have them on the top shelf of my Ironwood over a drip pan of water to keep em from drying out. I also will take them to 197-200 then remove, wrap in foil, then a towel and place in a cooler like Slimpicker does.

I use two layers of foil and keep the ends facing up so the juices do not run out all over my towels. :)
 
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My pork butts take about 18 hours at 225, but I have them on the top shelf of my Ironwood over a drip pan of water to keep em from drying out. I also will take them to 197-200 then remove, wrap in foil, then a towel and place in a cooler like Slimpicker does.

I use two layers of foil and keep the ends facing up so the juices do not run out all over my towels. :)
have you cooked more that one butt at a time in ironwood?
 

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