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Old 7 Hours Ago   #2461
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I'm sure you will love your pulled pork.

DM's recipe is similar to one I use a lot. I put Dr. Pepper instead of vinegar, and a can of chipotles in adobo sauce. How spicy it turns out depends on the can of peppers.

It's a recipie from the Pioneer Woman:

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/s...shredded-pork/
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Old 6 Hours Ago   #2462
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Ooo. I like the idea of chipotles instead of the red pepper flakes. Fact is I never use the flakes as I always have fresh (and hate the seeds that are always present with the flakes). But I do like the idea of the smokiness of chipotle. (Too bad those little cans are so expensive, like close to $4).

This is actually quite a flexible recipe. I change things and it always turns out. Not so sure about the DP, though. Acidic, yes, but a lot of sugar.

If use use the final liquid on the sandwich as I do, then you'll want a really robust bun, thus the cibata roll.


My taste buds swear DP has prune extract in it.
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1.26 for the chipotle peppers where I live.

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Jan likes it and so do I . I took some of it and added spiced up bbq sauce. The other half is sitting in the cooking liquid.

It looks like any liquid has much less sodium than what I usually use = water and bouillon cubes.
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<gggrrrr> I knew they must be cheaper somewhere.

Frank, that's a fun site. She makes some good stuff and I really enjoy her "mode of expression".

But she totally left out the garlic. You can't leave out the garlic. Garlic makes your heart strong and keeps you regular. And a bunch of other good stuff. Prolly counteracts the prune extract, too.
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Jan likes it and so do I . I took some of it and added spiced up bbq sauce. The other half is sitting in the cooking liquid.

It looks like any liquid has much less sodium than what I usually use = water and bouillon cubes.
Did you finish it? It's only been an hour since your "too hot" post and that's not nearly enough time to cool, pull, and do the final cook. (If the liquid is too runny I do the final step on High with the lid off to reduce it some.)
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Did you finish it? It's only been an hour since your "too hot" post and that's not nearly enough time to cool, pull, and do the final cook. (If the liquid is too runny I do the final step on High with the lid off to reduce it some.)
Not yet, she was hungry now (As soon as she got home) that's why some got the BBQ sauce on it.
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Oh, by all means, one must feed the beast. My ex-wife was half my size but when she was hungry it was like that Snickers commercial. You feed the beast or it will eat you instead - and not in a good way.
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I got a royal apology!!!!!!!! Hired as overseer!!!!!!!!!! Also, the brother is elderly too and is a few thousand miles way. I think he does well. He just trusted the wrong people. I got free rein to do whatever the lady needs! My only regret, I didn't get to do the narrowed eyes, eyebrow thing. Dang git! (Kidding)
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I got a royal apology!!!!!!!! Hired as overseer!!!!!!!!!! Also, the brother is elderly too and is a few thousand miles way. I think he does well. He just trusted the wrong people. I got free rein to do whatever the lady needs! My only regret, I didn't get to do the narrowed eyes, eyebrow thing. Dang git! (Kidding)
That is fantastic!

I bet you are extremely happy too!
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DM-totally agree on the garlic. And DP does have prune juice in it. I have seen prime rib served with plum flavored sauce before. But, I guess the flavor goes well with pork also. Chipotles are about $3.50 here for the larger can.
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Congrats Deborah
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Oh, by all means, one must feed the beast. My ex-wife was half my size but when she was hungry it was like that Snickers commercial. You feed the beast or it will eat you instead - and not in a good way.
It's that way here too. She's all of 5' tall and I'm 6'-1". Yes, you feed the beast.
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Thanks everyone! Yes, happy! Back to dinner, I'm celebrating with Boston Market turkey and mashed potatoes. And a real Coke! Happy, happy!
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That's great Deborah! Glad to hear it.

Dinner was leftover rabbit mixed into Zatarains Creole rice and some leftover green beans. Hubby grumbled but he ate it and came back for seconds. He thought I had served him some kind of Asian stuff. He's not adventurous when it comes to food like the rest of us in this family.
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