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www.greeneggblog.com/how-to-cook-pork-butt-on-the-big-green-egg

Then – I let the butt rest – pull off the egg, cover in foil and let the butt rest for at least an hour – 2 hours if you are patient. Resist the urge to pick at it – let it rest! Then, remove the bone (it should slide out cleanly – if not, you need to smoke it some more) and pull the pork.

grillgirl.com/2018/07/big-green-egg-series-making-pulled-pork-in-your-egg

There are so many things you can do with pulled pork, from sandwiches to BBQ pizza. Pulled pork is affordable, freezes well for future use and is always a hit with family and friends. If you spend the time with your Big Green Egg and a Boston Butt or two, you are well on your way to making better BBQ than you could ever imagine.

biggreenegg.com/recipes/down-and-dizzy-pork-shoulder

Stabilize EGG at 250°F/121°C, and wait 20 minutes or more until smoke is thin with a light smoky aroma. Place seasoned pork butt on grid, fat cap down. Cook for approximately 8 hours, or until outside crust (bark) is caramelized and firm.

www.greeneggblog.com/how-to-smoke-pork-butt

Ingredients: (4) pork butts (1) bag Meat Church Honey Hog Rub; Directions: Egg Setup: Indirect with plate setter legs up – drop pans with water on the plate setter. Target temp to start at 240 degrees.

www.familysavvy.com/bobbys-boston-butt-big-green-egg

Second, Bobby applies a dry rub to the butts. In the video, you can see Bobby’s favorite rubs. He actually uses a different dry rub on each butt for variety. Prep the Big Green Egg . You will see all of this in the video, but you will have several things to get together to prepare the Big Green Egg for properly cooking the butts.

biggreenegg.com/recipes/pulled-pork-sandwiches

Set the EGG for indirect cooking at 275°F/135°C using hickory and cherry smoking wood for flavor. Put the butt in the EGG and cook until the internal temperature is 160°F/71°C; this should take 6 to 8 hours. Lay out a big double piece of heavy duty aluminum foil and put the pork butt in the middle.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mbm1OkYCT74

Pulled Pork on the Big Green Egg is one of the best things you can cook. I usually like a picnic ham but felt a Boston Butt would do well for this cook. This is how I do an easy Boston Butt on the ...

eggheadforum.com/discussion/1137570/how-long-to-cook-pork-butts

Hello everyone, I'm a new BGE owner and would like to ask those of you who have eggsperience your tips on smoking pork butts. I plan to smoke two 6 pound butts. How long should I plan to cook two butts this size (225 to 250 temp)? Also, any tips on dry rubs or preparing the butts before smoking would be appreciated. Thanks.

thebbqbuddha.com/big-green-egg-high-heat-boston-butt

Big Green Egg High Heat Boston Butt. I set the Big Green Egg up using the plate setter for indirect heat and fired up the egg until the dome measured 350°. I used a mix Hickory and Apple Wood. You want the coals to smoke for 30 minutes to an hour until you see that thin blue smoke.

biggreenegg.com/recipes/virginia-willis-pulled-pork

Mama's Barbecue Sauce Instructions. Heat the butter in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Add the onions and simmer until soft and melted, 5 to 7 minutes.