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  • r/seriouseats - Even better the next day. Reheated beautifully and was nicely moist but not too tender.
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Even better the next day. Reheated beautifully and was nicely moist but not too tender.
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From Stella Parks’ “BraveTart: Iconic American Desserts”
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Smoked 300F until 160 internal temp, then kept cooking for about an hour and a half until 195 internal temp, then 15min at 500F
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