Garlic Macadamia Pork Shoulder


The first thing we did was coat the pork shoulder with a thin layer of Da Kine Garlic Macadamia Oil. Then followed with an even coat of salt, pepper, and onion powder.


I took one grate out of the grill so that the one I was cooking with could slide back and forth over the hot coals. I started the cook with indirect heat.


This is what it's going to be looking like about 1 hour into the cook.


For the injection, we used 5 tablespoons of garlic macadamia oil, and 1/2 teaspoon each of the salt, pepper and onion powder.


About 3 hours in...


When it comes to pork shoulder you really have two options.
If you cook it low and slow you will get pulled pork and will take upwards of 6-8 hours at 225-250 F.
We took a different approach and cooked it much faster indirectly and finished in 3 hours. At this point, it doesn't pull apart but still very juicy and can be shaved thin for delicious sandwiches or whatever you want to use it for.

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