Foil Boat Pork Butt

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Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill and smokes a Creekstone Farms Duroc Pork Butt using the popular brisket cooking technique known as the “foil boat.” This is Foil Boat Pork Butt

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*** TIME STAMPS ***
00:00 Intro
00:42 Trimming the Pork Butt
02:02 Seasoning the Pork Butt
03:35 Smoking the Pork Butt
04:51 Foil-Boating the Pork Butt
07:00 Finishing Temperatures
07:23 Pulling the Pork
08:28 Let’s Have a Taste
09:13 Outro

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34 replies
  1. Yeah Right
    Yeah Right says:

    I've learnt you absolutely have to let a pork butt rest for half the time it takes to cook, minimum.
    It might taste smoky and nice at first, but it will either be too dry or too fatty in texture within a half hour afterwards, regardless of whether or not you put it in the fridge for the next day etc.
    That's just my experience.

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  2. Dan M
    Dan M says:

    Is it worth tying the butt up after cutting it open to remove that sinew'y bit in the middle? Does it still cook pretty evenly if you don't tie it?

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  3. Glenn H Hart
    Glenn H Hart says:

    I half expected a guest appearance from Señor Chud himself when I saw foil boat in the title. Been using this method since I watched his first video on a brisket with it, the final results are always amazing

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  4. Thekiddocook
    Thekiddocook says:

    How do u not burn ur hand when shredding it. I tried shredding with gloves on but it still burned my hand. Do u need some special kind of rubber gloves to pull it or what is it.

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