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Old 09-25-2015, 02:28 AM   #11
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I like to cook it uncovered at 225F-250F so you get a nice bark on it.
The bark is the best part. I was thinking about leaving it uncovered at the end or turning up the temp at the end. Maybe I'll just leave it uncovered. I'll inject it with Coke, (for the first time).
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If you want bark, you need to cook it uncovered in the oven. The slow cooker holds moisture in, so you won't get the crunchy bits.
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...I'll inject it with Coke, (for the first time).

Now that sounds different.
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