Smoked Boston Butt recipe

 

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One of my favorite slices of meat to smoke up is a Pork Boston Butt Roast. Through some of my wood recipes and experimentation, I have found some very favorable rests with my own recipe. If you are going to use only one smoking wood then I would be picking Pecan wood. Pecan is a great all around smoking wood and it is not to harsh and not too light of a nut wood. Compared to Hickory wood and Mesquite wood it is a much lighter wood and is favorable if you'd like to smoke your pork butt for a extended period of time. If you are able to use two different smoking woods they will complement each other and often give you a better result. Here are some good wood recipes:

 

Pecan and Hickory - This is a famous wood recipe here in the Midwest. The flavor of Hickory is well known and is popular at BBQ restaurants and other dining restaurants. Hickory is known as the "King of the Smoking Woods" and is a great compliment to Pecan wood. 

Pecan and Persimmon - This has been a popular smoking wood recipe lately and has had customers coming back for more. Persimmon is a very nice smoking wood and is sweeter than apple smoking wood. Mixing the persimmon and pecan together allows the meat to fall off the bone and combine for a really tender outcome.

 

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I open the meat up out of the packaging.  I start with a rub of real butter and some chives mixes in.  While I set it in the pan, I add my favorite BBQ Sauce - Big Country BBQ Sauce. It's an amazing Oklahoma rarity in our state.

 

I have my meat in my smoker for 3 hours at approximately 250 degrees.  I use a wood recipe of Pecan and Persimmon smoking wood. But not all smokers are different! When I pull it out, I use some more Head Country BBQ on top of the meat.

 

Enjoy your culinary creation!

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3 Comments

Diane - Arizona
Diane - Arizona

November 08, 2014

Great, thank you

Diane - Arizona
Diane - Arizona

November 08, 2014

This sounds excellent. Can you do a recipe for smoking prime rib?

Al
Al

June 20, 2014

I have always heard pecan smoking wood is one of the best smoking wood. But, I’ve never heard of persimmon wood. Cool. I’ll be ordering! Al in Scottsdale, AZ

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