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Double Bark Pork Butt

Double Bark Boston Butt

Double Bark Boston Butt

The secret to really good pork butt is the bark, and with this new recipe we go wild with the bark.

Course Main Course
Cuisine Style American, Cajun, Caribbean, Gulf Coast
Keywords: bark, bbq, boston butt, butt, double bark, flavor, pork, pork butt, pulled pork, spicy
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 7 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 7 hours 40 minutes
Serves: 8 people
Calories 228 kcal

What's In It?

  • 1 6-8 pound pork butt
  • 1/2 cup Dark Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 cup Avec Tous Spicy Blend Rub
  • 2 Tbsp Killer Hogs AP Rub
  • Light Olive Oil Spray
  • 1/2 cup Apple Juice
  • 12 King's Hawaiian Slider Buns
  • BBQ Sauce for Sliders
  • Sweet Slaw for Sliders

How to Make It

  1. Rinse pork butt with cold water and pat dry with paper towels to remove all excess moisture. Place on a shallow-sided sheet pan.

    Double Bark Boston Butt Begin
  2. Liberally sprinkle entire pork butt with Killer Hogs A&P Rub and press into meat until it sticks. Let stand 10 minutes before next step.

    Double Bark Boston Butt AP
  3. Mix the brown sugar and Avec Tous Spicy Blend Rub until throughly combined. You may have to use your fingers to break up the brown sugar lumps. You'll want an even mixture without lumps.

    Double Bark Boston Butt Rub
  4. Spray butt lightly with olive oil. Add half of the bark mixture to entire butt and place back on sheet pan.

    Double Bark Boston Butt Spray
  5. Place the butt on the indirect side of a grill or smoker set at 250 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Double Bark Boston Butt First Layer
  6. At the halfway point, remove the butt from the smoker and liberally spray with apple juice.

    Double Bark Boston Butt Spritz
  7. Add the remaining bark mixture to the butt and put back on indirect side of grill or smoker.

    Double Bark Boston Butt Second Layer
  8. Once the pork but reaches an internal temperature of 202 degrees Fahrenheit, remove from grill or smoker and let rest until it can be managed by hand for pulling.

    Butt Bark
  9. Use your hands to break up the pork butt and don't use the metal meat claws. It's a silly gadget and we don't like them. LOL!

    Double Bark Pork Butt
  10. Be sure to include all of that good bark in the pulled pork. Serve alone with your favorite barbecue sauce or add to a King's Hawaiian Slider Bun with slaw and sauce.

    Pulled Pork Rolls

Grillmaster Notes

  • Thermapen One probe (one-second readings from our longtime staple of probes)

Guru

Guru

Born in Mississippi, raised in Southeast Louisiana, I've been around good food my whole life. I’m enjoy sharing my love for the grill and the Grillax Lifestyle with my two boys.

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Guru

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Born in Mississippi, raised in Southeast Louisiana, I've been around good food my whole life. I’m enjoy sharing my love for the grill and the Grillax Lifestyle with my two boys.

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