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Memorial Day Weekend Cook Out

I hope everyone is having a Good Memorial Day. This is a big weekend for cooking out, grilling and or doing barbecue. I thought I would post a few pictures showing you what we did.

I smoked a Pork Shoulder in my grill / smoker for about an one and a half hours, just to get the good smokey flavor. I used the indirect grill method. Use a cheap aluminum pan filled with water and about 25 charcoal briquettes on each side. Then I transfered it to my 12″ Dutch Oven with a trivet on the bottom and cooked it low and slow. I ringed the top of my Dutch Oven with charcoals and put about 4 or 5 underneath. I cooked it for about two and a half hours using two batches of coals. Also included with our dinner was Scalloped Potatoes and Barbecue Pintos Beans.

Smoked Pork Shoulder
Pork Shoulder, Scalloped Potatoes and BBQ Pintos

I hope you like it. Give it a try at your next cook out. I’ll post the Pinto Recipe in the near future.

What’s Cooking?
How do we know when its done?
We use the smell test.
When it smells done, its done.
When it smells burnt, its burnt
and
When you can't smell it,
its not done.
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