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I almost forgot to eat. I ordered a Papa John's Pizza, late - Great franchise.

What did y'all have?
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Tandoori chicken...

Tonight was smoked/grilled dogs...
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Leftover southwestern pulled pork that I made Monday. Not it wasn't off the smoker, I did it in the Dutch oven. Rubbed the butt down with cumin, chile pepper, brown sugar and rosemary. Browned. In with onion/garlic/tomato paste/cider vinegar/hot sauce/crushed pineapple until falling apart.

Yummy.
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Catfish, marinated in an oriental-style marinade, and grilled. I served it with fried rice and a mixed green salad.
;-)

C.J.v. - likes catfish cooked dat way, us
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Steak avec Epinard Riprock.
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Pulled pork enchiladas. I had some pulled pork in the freezer from my son's rehearsal dinner so I got that out. I used Ole Doc's recipe for the sauce and put it all together for a great dinner.

Phred
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Fried chicken and Mac & Cheese.

Bill

*both were homemade and worth mentionin', finally*
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...pulled pork...Dutch oven...until falling apart.

What temp? How long?

Bill
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300 F until done :)

For a 6 pounder, it were about 6 hours I think. I lost track of time since I were at workin's.

The recipe is from a Canadian show that I rather like. No over-the-top BS like on the Food Network.

http://www.cbc.ca/bestrecipes/2012/01/southwestern-pulled-po...
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I can't remember Monday's dinner, but on Tuesday wife made some sauerbraten-- it was FANTASTIC. (Still some leftovers-- I'm enjoying them very much.)
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300 F until done :)

For a 6 pounder, it were about 6 hours...


Stinkyou! I have grilled foods outdoors in NH a coupla times in a coupla Winters, but I have no problem cookin' good foods indoors too, me. ;-)

Bill

*anxious to try an indoor-pork-butt now, me*
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