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    Hogs for the cause- competition cue

    Charity event for pediatric brain tumor patients in New Orleans

    Our hog came in 6th of 85!

    Go Team Ubon's of Yazoo City

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    Re: Hogs for the cause- competition cue

    Congratulations!

    So, how long, and what temperature is involved with that? And...what kind of wood? I'd guess Hickory out there, or something else?
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    Re: Hogs for the cause- competition cue

    This little piggy weighed 110# and was cooked at 225 for about 18 hours. Mostly charcoal with some wood
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    Congrats on placing so high in the competition. I wish I would have known about this so I could attend. We have so many festivals here it is hard to keep track of them all. Maybe we need to have a TFP convention down here!
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    That is awesome! My sister had a brain tumor. She was 36 when she passed.
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    Mmmmm, good lookin pig! 225 for 24 hours with applewood! Eat for a week!
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    Re: Hogs for the cause- competition cue

    Got any pictures of the whole cooker? A big offset, or something else?
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    Re: Hogs for the cause- competition cue

    Great Job mk1. I built this on a bet with my father in law some years ago. I found some plans/idea on the internet and said "I think I can build this buy the 4th of July." He said "you build it by the 4th I'll buy the pig." That was 11-12 years ago. She'll keep 225 degrees all day and night with wood.

    IIRC couple racks of ribs and a brisket for the 4th 2013 when pic was taken.


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