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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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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 ...


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.


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.


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.