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First overnight cook


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Just finishing up my first overnight cook on the Big Joe. Ten pound Boston Butt for Sunday lunch.  I kept the temp around 220 since my 10 pound butt was actually 2 pieces. Cooked them for about 14 hours and took them off when they were at 198. I've wrapped them in foil and have them in a cooler resting. I can't wait for lunch today!

 

Just want to say a quick thanks to everybody on this site for all the great posts and advice. As a new Kamado owner, I've gotten lots of good advice from reading the posts!

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I was a little worried about that but there was plenty of charcoal left the next day. I was also wondering how constant the temp would stay and it cooled off at night but here in GA we didn't have a very cold night and the temp stayed fairly constant.

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