Tried pork butt for bbq pulled pork this weekend

Rich_R

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I'm new to smoking world, bought the Copperhead 5 series. Have done several racks of ribs and seem to have them down pat Tried pork butt for bbq pulled pork this weekend and am very happy with the end result, taste Ms amazing nice and tender.
 

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Congrats. Great color. Looks delicious. Thanks for the pictures. One thing I've been doing lately is, after smoking, instead of shredding the roast, I've been doing kind of a course chop. I like the texture and flavor of the smoked chunks. Makes great hot pork gravy, poured over mashed potatoes and buttered toast. Vacuum seal and freeze the rest of the roast in pint size bags. When I'm ready to use, just drop in boiling water, turn off the stove and let set for an hour or so. Taste and texture are preserved. Tender enough, you can still shred it with a couple forks an add sauce if you like.
 
Congrats. Great color. Looks delicious. Thanks for the pictures. One thing I've been doing lately is, after smoking, instead of shredding the roast, I've been doing kind of a course chop. I like the texture and flavor of the smoked chunks. Makes great hot pork gravy, poured over mashed potatoes and buttered toast. Vacuum seal and freeze the rest of the roast in pint size bags. When I'm ready to use, just drop in boiling water, turn off the stove and let set for an hour or so. Taste and texture are preserved. Tender enough, you can still shred it with a couple forks an add sauce if you like.
DROOL EMOJI PLEASE
 
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