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  1. Today I tried two different things, I used a coconut charcoal extruded type Que, used maple wood chunks and for final product tried new method for pulling the pork shoulder. I used my kitchen aid at a slow speed with regular mixing paddle, On YouTube a saw a chicken salad recipe using kitchen aid to shread chicken breasts.
  2. I looked and didn't see this reviewed so I'm sorry if it has already been reviewed. I first started smoking some 6 years ago for a wedding and smoked 8 pork butts. I had 4 to 5 people pulling with forks and it still took a couple hours. Since then I had smoked 8 butts and tried chopping which took less time but still quite awhile. Lately I'd even resorted to cutting in cubes. Since all these times I was dressed in a suit I ruined some pants and shirts. While doing some net surfing I came across a device called "RO-Man Pork Puller". The address is: http://www.porkpuller.com/ I watched several u-tube videos and it looked like a possible answer to my problem. The device was $68.95 with shipping included. I decided to give Ron a call. He was able to take my order over the phone and pay for it with my credit card. The device arrived 2 days later. This is a stainless steel piece of awesomeness. I bought a pot that said it was stainless still that was 12" tall to put the butt in for pulling. The day after it arrived I smoked a single pork butt. I put the device in my 19.2VDC cordless drill and tightened the chuck. I then took the pork butt and placed it in the pot. Since this butt had a bone I took it out before pulling it. I had the pot on the linoleum floor using short power jabs the first thing I noticed is the pot started to rotate. This required my son to hold the pot while I used the drill/puller. After several short pulses I was able to go constant on and just jab it down on the pork. I didn't time it but it was done in less than 30 seconds. On Sunday I cooked another 7 for a church fellowship. I had cooked a single one a couple days before to be sure it worked as well as I had read. I decided in order to keep the meat the most moist I didn't start pulling until 5 min b4 folks would start eating. I also decided to only do 2 at first and then as it was needed I could do another in seconds. Our church has one of those mats that you can buy at Home Depot with the holes in it for standing on and not hurting your feet and no slip to boot. I place the pot on it and to my delight it didn't spin. This made it even better as now 1 person can do it all. That was the game plan, and as "Hannibal" used to say on the "A-Team" "I love it when a plan comes together". This device work beyond any expectation I had. Everyone was able to get extremely fresh pulled, hot, and moist pork. According to a lot of the things I read people said you need to use a corded drill. Speaking from my situation I used a Craftsman 19.2 VDC cordless drill and I pulled 7 pork butts and the drill didn't have any noticeable decrease in power after the last one. Not only couldn't I believe how fast and efficient it was others there were astonished also. Concerning the cost, my mom would say it was salty, but she also used to say you get what you pay for . She was spot on with both sayings. If you only have 1 to do then you may have a hard time justifying this purchase unless you're a "Tim Taylor" kind of "more power" guy. If you plan on doing several at once and want to make sure the customer gets hot pulled and moist meat then this will be money well spent. I think even if Rob had an unconditional satisfaction guarantee he probably would never get any returned. Yes they are that good! Also in case you think you need to order this and pay through PayPal, rest assured you don't. You can call Rob directly and he will bill your credit card. All I can say is I wish this would have been out 6 years ago, it would have made my life a lot easier. If there is any regret I had today with this device, is it made me wish I had more to pull.
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