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Overnight Pork Shoulder Roast with the Flame Boss 200 Wifi


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I am firing up my Kamado Joe Classic to cook a 10 pound pork shoulder roast overnight... I am going to use the Flame Boss 200 Wifi controller to run the pit overnight... it's windy and rainy here tonight...  Here is a link to the live cook on the Flame Boss:

 

https://myflameboss.com/cooks/61380

 

I will post some photos of the meat prep shortly....

 

 

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I unwrapped this shoulder roast and trimmed off the skin and fat cap.  I rinsed and patted dry with a paper towel...

 

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I gave this one a good seasoning with the Meat Church "The Gospel" all purpose rub... good stuff!

 

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I put it on the Kamado Joe Clasic using a small paella pan as a drip pan...

 

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We will let the Flame Boss 200 Wifi run this pit all night at 225....

 

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3 hours ago, Caddojumper said:

Kind of cool with the live feed from the FB. Seemed to be some large fluctuations getting the pit settled, but once it locked in, it has stayed spot on.

Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
 

 

It's windy and rainy here so the pit is dealing with the wind... never easy.

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