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Old 07-04-2012, 03:05 PM   #1
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Any plans on what you will cook today for the big celebration?

im doing a pork belly (brined,roasted) bassinet (filo), with fresh fig, farmers cheese, basil and a balsamic/honey mead reduction. -cheers

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Old 07-04-2012, 04:22 PM   #2
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Usually I do ribs and a pork butt or something. But since it's in the middle of the week this year and I have to work the rest of the week....hamburgers and hotdogs.

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I smoked two pork roasts yesterday. This morning, we "pulled" the pork, and it is now in the slow cooker with the juice I saved and some homemade sauce.

In about an hour, we'll enjoy pulled pork on kaiser rolls with a good spoonful of homemade cole slaw on top...and homebrew, of course!

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I smoked two pork roasts yesterday. This morning, we "pulled" the pork, and it is now in the slow cooker with the juice I saved and some homemade sauce.

In about an hour, we'll enjoy pulled pork on kaiser rolls with a good spoonful of homemade cole slaw on top...and homebrew, of course!

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10 lbs of ribs on the smoker as we read with potato salad slaw and I don't know what. Had hot dogs for lunch.

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All in agreence that pork is 1st on the 4th?

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+1 for pork.

BBQ pork loin marinated in brew.

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Baby back ribs...potato salad...corn on the cob...wicked baked beans.

Washed down with homebrew of course.

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Smoked pork butt, grilled corn on the cob, strawberry rhubarb crisp.

And beer.

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Atomic Buffalo Turds!!!


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Hope you all have a great 4th!!!

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