Pulled Pork

We recently got a kamado ceramic cooker, the Vision Classic from Costco.  Loaded with sugar maple lump, a few chunks of maple and a couple of chunks of hickory, the cooker was set to go.  The 12 pounds of pork picnic roasts got a generous coating of our house rub and settled in for a slow smoke.


After 13.5 hours in the heat, and another 1/2 hour rest, the pork was pulled and ready for some good eats!



I’m really impressed with the kamado for low and slow cooks.  This thing held temperatures of 235 to 265 for the 13.5 hour cook and still looked like it could go for hours more.  I’m looking forward to many years of service from the kamado.


3 thoughts on “Pulled Pork

  1. Looks like some great Q! I’ve heard similar such reports of kamado cookers. A quite versatile and efficient weapon in the BBQ arts. Tempted to pick up one of them some day.

    Take care,

  2. Greetings, fellow smoky friend and, thanks for stopping by my Blog … welcome!
    I will be following you and yours, as I TOO am an addicted BBQ fanatic, and LOVE to read about other, like minded craftsmen and their work.
    I have been curious about the Kamado as well and, I’m anxious to hear more about your success with it.
    I was going to buy a Big Green Egg but … the Kamado is VERY similar, … for a fraction of the price.
    Stay Hungry friend,
    The Carnivore

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