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Barrister DEW's Best BBQ Butt - Second Attempt

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    Barrister DEW's Best BBQ Butt - Second Attempt

    Here's a link to the cooking journal with pix:

    https://www.evernote.com/shard/s41/s...00744549eb983b

    #2
    Nice cook Dew... That meteorite looks beautiful. I like your Evernote cooking log too.

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    • Dewesq55
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      Thanks, Breadhead

    • Medusa
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      Nice job!

      Pretty cool use of Evernote. Get's me thinking about what can be done with DropBox. Let's see... summarize data from cooking log, photos, blah, blah. Provide link...

      --Ed

    • Dewesq55
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      That about sums it up Medusa. Thanks for the compliment.

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    Big bowl of goodness there Dewesq55. Have you made a pizza with it yet?

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      #4
      No, but I bet it's good. I'm planning to make Cuban sammiches and maybe enchiladas.

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        #5
        Looks like you've got some good eatin' ahead, Dew. Great job!

        Pulled pork is so good in so many things. Besides your planned sammies and enchiladas, its good in tacos too, but you probably already know that.

        Kathryn

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        • Dewesq55
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          fzxdoc Thanks, Kathryn. I have a green pork chili recipe that I do in the crock pot which is really just a version of pulled pork. At the end of the cook, I fish all the meat out, take out any bones and pull/shred it. I then stain the cooking liquid to separate the veggie solids from the liquid. I then put about 2/3 of the strained liquid back in the crock pot with the pulled meat to waem back up. That is my base. Finally, I puree the veggie solids with a stick blender and use the remaining liquid to thin it to my desired consistency. I get three different meals from this: 1) Tacos - I use soft flour tortillas and the pureed veggies as a green taco sauce. 2) Enchiladas - I put a small drizzle of the green sauce in reach one before rolling then cover the whole mess with homemade red enchilada sauce and cheese. 3) Green Pork Chili - I pour the remaining green sauce over the remaining meat, heat and serve in bowls.

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        Here is a photo which is to test whether photo posting is working again:

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        • DWCowles
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          Looks like it's working. Hopefully the bug is dead.

        • Dewesq55
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          Looks that way, DWC. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

        #7
        Yay, large pics for everyone!

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