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Old 12-16-2018, 07:04 PM
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Pulled pork is scientifically proved to increase weight. I research this all the time.
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Originally Posted by HeadsU.P. View Post
Hickory or charcoal?
Lump charcoal with hickory chunks on the BGE

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vinegar-pepper or all the other stuff
I actually like vinegar base sauce

Originally Posted by 7t9l82 View Post
Apple wood. Chopped or pulled.
Only heatherns and pagans chop BBQ pork pig.

Just in case you're a carpetbagger from up north, heatherns is southern for heathens

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Old 12-16-2018, 08:47 PM
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I prefer the style I'm used to.
Eastern Carolina Vinegar-Pepper and of coarse it's Pork. Typically Oak as the Hickory tends to overwhelm other subtle flavors. Whole-hog cooked low & slow over oak w/ sometimes a little pecan tossed in and it's "mopped" w/ a thin vinegar-pepper sauce throughout cook. Turkey responds well to same method. My favorite cooks makes it at his home all Friday night and sells it on Saturday morning; No sign No ads. If he knows you, you can also leave with some very good stumphole he makes somewhere. Earlybird gets the worm; all this is over and done with by 10 am Saturdays.

I've eaten BBQ all across US... it's a lot like something else I desire ... in that I've never had any I didn't appreciate.
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I prefer the style I'm used to.
Eastern Carolina Vinegar-Pepper and of coarse it's Pork. Typically Oak as the Hickory tends to overwhelm other subtle flavors. Whole-hog cooked low & slow over oak w/ sometimes a little pecan tossed in and it's "mopped" w/ a thin vinegar-pepper sauce throughout cook. Turkey responds well to same method. My favorite cooks makes it at his home all Friday night and sells it on Saturday morning; No sign No ads. If he knows you, you can also leave with some very good stumphole he makes somewhere. Earlybird gets the worm; all this is over and done with by 10 am Saturdays.

I've eaten BBQ all across US... it's a lot like something else I desire ... in that I've never had any I didn't appreciate.
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