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    schichten braten

    This is one of my favorite cooks! it is called schichten braten which is German for layered meat. the original recipe calls for pork neck, but could not find it so i used a pork but. it is layered with butt, onion, peppers, smoked gouda and sausage cut into about 2-3 inch pieces.

    #2
    Looks Awesome ! Thanks for sharing.

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      #3
      Oh yeah, You Done Good.
      I would pair that with a Good Germen "PBR".
      Liked the slide show as well.
      I could myself into a spasm.

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        #4
        Wow. Amazing.

        Smoked for how long?

        BTW, I think I recognize your schichten braten rack. Expandable pot/coffee cup/cap rack from IKEA?

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        • msahadat
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          Think you are right...IKEA VARIERA series...

        #5
        Man that's some kind of awesomeness. The finished product looks like a giant meat hoagie !!!!

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          #6
          Wow. I have never seen anything like that. It looks amazing! Bet it tastes amazing too. Great post. Now I need to try to do one.

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            #7
            Welcome to The Pit.

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              #8
              my jaw is dropped. we see a lot of food in this little community but whoa, that is impressive!

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                #9
                OMG...Me Want! Its almost like an "unprocessed" (as in not ground up) meat loaf.

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                  #10
                  Ooh. I bet that Tasten Gooden! I'm sold!

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                    #11
                    Welcome from St. Cloud, FL. Awesome cook there.

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                      #12
                      Very cool, thanks for sharing.

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                        #13
                        Now that's what I call a great first post. I sure do hope you stick around beyond the trial. Looks like you have some good stuff to share.

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                          #14
                          Do you put any rubs or spices on it? Sauces?

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                            #15
                            Welcome from Oz, you will like it here
                            Is my standard greeting but you sir really have something to offer to the gang here
                            Please stick around and share some more

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