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Barbecue Pulled Pork
Heritage & All Natural

★★★★★"Loved the heritage pork roast I bought. Absolutely delicious" - Karen H. ★★★★★"Loved the heritage pork roast I bought. Absolutely delicious" - Karen H.


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Pork Smoking Guide

Pork Type Size Smoker Temp Avg Time Finish Temp
Pulled Pork 4-5 lbs 225 °F 4-6 hrs 205 °F
Pork Butt 4-5 lbs 250 °F 3-4 hrs 165 °F
Baby Back Ribs 2 slabs 225 °F 4-5 hrs 165 °F
Pork Shoulder 3-4 lbs 220 °F 4-6 hrs 185 °F

Note: The above guidelines are only guard rails. A good base measurement when smoking is to account for atleast 1 hour of cook time per pound of meat.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take to smoke a pork shoulder at 225 °F?

Smoking time averages 1 to 1.5 hours per pound, depending on the fat ratio of the meat and smoker temperature. If you're going to slice it, cook to 185˚. If your going to pull the pork smoke it until it reaches 205 degrees.

What temp is pulled pork done?

205°F for pulled pork. The high internal temperature allows collagen to break down, making the meat tender. The pork shoulder will continue to cook internally by 10 degrees after it's been removed from the smoker.

What is the best wood for smoking pulled pork?

We like hickory and oak, particularly white oak. Alder wood and mesquite tend to add too strong flavor of a flavor to the meats.

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