Submitted content courtesy of Omaha Steaks and Family Features
Prep time: 1 hour
Cook time: 8-10 hours
Rest time: 1 hour
Total time: 10-12 hours
1 Omaha Steaks Whole Pork Butt
2 cups white vinegar
1/2 cup yellow mustard
1/2 cup Omaha Steaks Ancho Chile Rub
4 cups Ancho Chile Smoking Spritzer, divided (recipe below)
8 cups apple or cherry wood chips, soaked in water
Score top fat so it will melt into pork while smoking and allow more rub to get into meat. Rub pork with white vinegar then rinse with water. Pat dry with clean paper towels.
Rub pork butt with yellow mustard. Rub pork butt with ancho chile rub. Inject pork with 10-12 ounces of Ancho Chile Smoking Spritzer.
Set up smoker with 1 chimney using unlit lump charcoal and 2 chimneys using lit lump charcoal.
Adjust vents in smoker until temperature settles between 225 and 250 F.
Place pork butt fat side up and add a lot of wood chips.
Every half hour, add more wood chips and spritz pork with smoking spritzer.
After 2 hours, insert remote thermometer probes. Be careful not to let thermometer touch bone to prevent false readings.
After 5 hours, place pork in foil pan and liberally coat with spritzer. Wrap pan tightly with foil.
Continue cooking without adding wood chips or opening smoker until thermometer hits 190 F (for sliced meat) or 200 F (for pulled meat), about 8-10 hours total.
Let rest one hour before serving.