I had a 4 1/2 lb. Boston Butt and didnt want to use it for the usual pulled or BBQ pork. So, this is what I came up with.This is a very plain pork recipe, so if you feel like adding other seasonings or BBQ sauce after cooking go right ahead.The size of the Boston Butt will determine how long the cooking time is.In the case of this recipe it was
This slow-cooker Boston Butt recipe creates a delicious pork barbecue with natural flavors from pineapple, spices, herbs and more.
The reason they have been dry is you are not cooking long enough. Taking them off at 190 is too soon, no matter what temp you cook at. Check at 200 – 205 and if the bone pulls out you are done.
Smoked Boston Butt This week I’m firing up the Drum and smoking a Boston Butt for the Super Bowl. I’m sure Patriots fans will appreciate it since this pork roast gets its’ name from the New England region.
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I put this together yesterday and cooked it today. We thought it turned out fantastic. You can adjust the cooking time depending on roast size and your own cooker recommendations.
Boston Butt smoked and glazed with a BBQ sauce. Makes perfect pulled pork bbq. This recipe is step-by-step for smoking a boston butt.
Begin cooking the Boston Butt in the crock pot a four hours before serving pour a little BBQ sauce on the meat. Serve with buns and extra BBQ sauce on the side.
I am trying to up my ante and impress my family with my BBQ prowess, so for this year, I decided to begin the BBQ season by smoking a Boston Butt and …
NEW: Check out the Secrets to the Perfect Smoked Boston Butt post for a detailed look on how to smoke a Boston Butt. When it comes to BBQ, nothing is better than a good smoked Boston Butt on the grill.