Start out by getting a large brisket and a large Boston pork butt preferably never frozen. You will also need some large Ziploc freezer bags. Marinade the Boston butt with Allegro marinade and tenderizer. Marinade the brisket with Cookwells all natural garlic and molasses marinade. That is two different meats in two different bags. Use all of the marinade contents of each bottle to really add flavor, then seal up the bags and burp out the air. Let the meat marinade in the refrigerator for twelve hours and then put them in a smoker for twelve hours. Wrap the brisket in tin foil and rotate the pork butt and cook for another eight hours. Let it cool and slice it up to serve.
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