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Old 06-14-2010, 01:51 PM   #11
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I know what a fatty is. What's a chuckie?
A chuckie is a smoked chuck roast. Its smoked to about 200F internal and then pulled.
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Old 06-14-2010, 01:54 PM   #12
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Did two pork shoulders this weekend. It's only an iPhone photo as it was 8:30 in the morning and I didn't have the patience to grab my camera gear...not as hungover as I was.

My main camera now is a Canon 5D MKII and I was using a Canon 85 f/1.8 for the above photo. Photo Shop CS5. I have a photography business, so I try and stay on top of gear/promgrams that I need.
so the pepper shot was with the iPhone? Hmm thats cool you have a photography business. I have an assc. in graphic desighn and photoshop. HAHA i still use PS7 cuz im poor as heck. Anyway, i thought the pepper shot was from a cannon due to the contrast and color of it.
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A chuckie is a smoked chuck roast. Its smoked to about 200F internal and then pulled.
Sounds delicious. Do you rub it first?
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so the pepper shot was with the iPhone? Hmm thats cool you have a photography business. I have an assc. in graphic desighn and photoshop. HAHA i still use PS7 cuz im poor as heck. Anyway, i thought the pepper shot was from a cannon due to the contrast and color of it.
The peppers were done with the 5D MKII and 85 f/1.8, the picture of the two pork shoulders were done with the iPhone.
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Sounds delicious. Do you rub it first?
Yup, rub it with your fav beef rub and then slow cook to perfection. Beware, the internal temp will stay at about 165 for a couple of hours before it moves. It can take bout 6 hours to cook at 225F
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...Beware, the internal temp will stay at about 165 for a couple of hours before it moves. It can take bout 6 hours to cook at 225F
Yeah, I've had that happen with pork butts all the time.
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