Dustin and I are super excited to announce that ASPC now has a YouTube channel. Hooray!
Dustin has wanted to incorporate video into this blog for quite some time. And…I am now (finally) on board with it. I think.
I mean — I am totally excited to start playing around with my Nikon and editing video. Just not so thrilled about the actual being on camera part. You may have noticed that I enjoy being behind the camera, not in front of it. Ah well, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, right? Right?!?
Well, lucky for me, Dustin was brave enough to walk us through our first video since he wanted to share his smoked pork recipe and his new smoker anyway. If you haven’t yet seen the video on Facebook, we’d love for you to watch it and let us know what you think. This video is Part 1 of a series where Dustin goes through all the steps to smoke a pork butt for delicious pulled pork. In comparison to photos, however, editing video takes quite a bit longer so the next videos aren’t ready just yet.
Without further ado, here is ASPC’s first ever cooking video. We hope you like it!
So…what did you think?? Share in the comments any feedback you may have.
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Here’s the recipe for the spice rub Dustin makes in the video.
- 1/2 cup ground black pepper
- 1/2 cup kosher salt
- 1/2 tbsp granulated onion
- 1/2 tbsp granulated garlic
- 1/2 tbsp paprika
- Combine all ingredients together and add to shaker for easy pouring. Can be stored in an airtight container for several months.
This amount is enough for a 8-10 pound pork butt.
Next up, it’s my turn to be recorded. Stay tuned. Gulp!
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