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Old 08-26-2013, 02:35 PM   #1341
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this is such a great idea

I know! I got this idea from someone else on this forum. Works great with pulled pork, brisket, pasta dishes, even burgers. I always cook way too much now.
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Old 08-26-2013, 03:02 PM   #1342
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If you have a vacuum sealer, seal them up in individual portions and freeze them. To reaheat, boil in the bag for 10 minutes (don't microwave!). Open bag and eat. It will be exactly as it was when you took it off the smoker.

I do that all the time - it's great.

I cook way more food than I can handle in one sitting...just so it makes it easier for me to eat my barbecue in the future.
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Old 08-26-2013, 03:07 PM   #1343
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Every year my family has a smoke off grill off. The event was this past weekend.
Did a pork shoulder for 15 hours.

Smoked macaroni and cheese with bacon and topped with pulled pork. Drizzled the top with a cherry chipotle BBQ sauce (cherry was the secret ingredient that was mandatory). Also served it with a 2 year old wine that was racked onto sour cherries. Very dry and sour.
Here is my presentation to the "judges"

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Old 08-26-2013, 03:23 PM   #1344
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That sounds amazing.

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Old 08-26-2013, 03:28 PM   #1345
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That sounds amazing.
Turned out pretty good... I was worried it would be dry or the pasta would get "pastey" but no...
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More competition pics with my ugly mug in one.

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I have already done that, they are in the freezer now. Just looking for some alternate things to do with them besides chili or putting it on abun. I do nachos with it also.
How about pulled pork tacos? I like them on a corn tortilla topped with picked onions,hot peppers and Sriracha.
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That is now on the list!

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I made lettuce wraps with spare chicken tonight. Dice the chicken into wok with diced water chestnuts, mushrooms, garlic, soy sauce, brown sugar. Stick into a large iceberg lettuce shell. Dayum good!

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How about pulled pork tacos? I like them on a corn tortilla topped with picked onions,hot peppers and Sriracha.
Nice.

I make smoked pulled pork tacos, too. With corn tortillas an homemade salsa verde (I roast the peppers and tomatoes).
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