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Old 01-18-2009, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default I have a 9lb pork shoulder in the oven...

...rubbed with all sorts of holy things, in my 29lb cast iron dutch oven with a couple cups of white wine. I'm gonna have tasty shredded butt taco things with pico de gallo, guac, and sour cream tonight.

Leftovers will be pork enchiladas and bbq pork sammiches.

I'm SO excited!!!!

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Old 01-18-2009, 07:29 PM   #2
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Yum...wanna trade? I've got a 4 pound venison shoulder that I injected with mesquite lime marinade overnight...It's in a baking bag with red and green peppers, garlic, onions, jalapenos, lime juice, more marinade, and a splash of gin (I was outta tequilla).

Going to do venison fajitas tonight. Along with some rice and beans.



And enchilads sound like a great way to do leftovers!!!!

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Old 01-18-2009, 10:03 PM   #3
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While your dinner sounds delicious, no. I don't want to trade. I'm pumped for this. mmmmm.

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wow, my leftover chili and spinach salad doesn't sound so good after all....

wanna trade Revvy or Laurel?

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Let's see - you started at 12:30. It's now 6:30. I'm 95-100 miles north of you guys...I can be there just in time Sounds so good - hope it turns out.

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I started at 9:30 and it was done at 5:30.

It was SO good. OMG, SRSLY. But really, even after 5 people ate, I have a ton of leftovers. I'll have a PNW brewing and yardwork meet and provide some tasty foods. Or just brewing and food I suppose.

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I'll have a PNW brewing and yardwork meet and provide some tasty foods. Or just brewing and food I suppose.
For food as good as that sounds, the yardwork might be worth it.
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For food as good as that sounds, the yardwork might be worth it.
It is worth it!!!!
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