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    Quote Originally Posted by myhightechsecurity View Post
    What’s your recipe?
    1 Pork Shoulder- chopped to 1 inch long but thin strips. Then marinate them in the mixture described below.
    Mix the ingredients below, Incorporate all the sugar into the fluids.
    1 large can of pineapple Juice
    1 can of Pepsi
    2 heads of garlic finely diced
    1 cup of brown sugar
    1 cup of white sugar
    Crushed red pepper flakes to taste
    Salt and pepper to taste
    The longer you marinate the better it taste.
    Don't forget to soak the wooden skewers in water before you use them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audie Murphy View Post
    Picked some of that up this morning. Got it all chopped and it's currently marinating until my grandsons birthday party this Saturday. We're going to grill them Filipino BBQ style.
    Having any pancit or lumpia????

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatgemi View Post
    Having any pancit or lumpia????
    I do have some lumpia and pancit is my wife's favorite
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audie Murphy View Post
    I do have some lumpia and pancit is my wife's favorite
    My wife is the best lumpia maker in the world, according to our kids and me… and we wouldn’t lie to anyone about something so important.
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    What is the best way to make pork shoulder? I bought one of these and we were gonna crock pot it...but last time it seemed kind of fatty. I like the idea Audie had above, I may try that. But what are some other ideas? I don't have a smoker. I thought about maybe coating it in dry rub and putting in the oil less deep fryer, think that would work?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHCRandy View Post
    What is the best way to make pork shoulder? I bought one of these and we were gonna crock pot it...but last time it seemed kind of fatty. I like the idea Audie had above, I may try that. But what are some other ideas? I don't have a smoker. I thought about maybe coating it in dry rub and putting in the oil less deep fryer, think that would work?

    Thanks
    Here's my favorite slow cooker recipe. Notice the cook time...14-16 hours on low. This low-and-slow process will render most of the fat out of the meat and will do away with the connective tissue. I also smoke them on a Weber Smokey Mountain, but the same concept applies...low and slow. The flavor of this rub and associated ingredients is fantastic imho.

    The nice thing about using a slow cooker is that you can reclaim all the moisture from the shoulder, let it cool, and remove the fat from the liquid entirely (it will solidify on top). After you've pulled the pork, you can add some fat-free liquid goodness back into the meat. Doesn't get much better than this. I obtained the smoked paprika and smoke salt from Amazon.com for not much money at all.

    How To Make the Best Pulled Pork in the Slow Cooker | Kitchn
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHCRandy View Post
    What is the best way to make pork shoulder? I bought one of these and we were gonna crock pot it...but last time it seemed kind of fatty. I like the idea Audie had above, I may try that. But what are some other ideas? I don't have a smoker. I thought about maybe coating it in dry rub and putting in the oil less deep fryer, think that would work?

    Thanks
    We have a smoker and I LOVE smoked meat....wife not so much!!

    So this way will work if you do or if you don't have a smoker. I coat the meat with a spicy brown mustard and then rub it with a simple four part rub. (equal parts of brown sugar, salt, pepper, and paprika.)

    If I feel like enjoying the shoulder to the max I will smoke it for four or five hours and finish in the oven. That usually results in the meat being awesome and the wife not so much.

    If I want to be a good boy and have the meat turn out user friendly for all I will just place it in a pan in the oven at 250 for 8-12 hours covered in foil. Cook time will vary based on the size of the cut. Once it starts to fall apart just pull it out and let it rest. We then proceed to pull the pork and add some of the juices back in once done.

    I like this one because it gets great results, is easy to remember, and uses common items most have in the house.

    Speaking of simple recipes....If you love peanut butter cookies this is the BEST I HAVE EVER HAD!!!! Sooooo simple and amazing.

    1 cup peanut butter
    1 cup sugar
    1 egg

    That's it!! every ingredient you need....just THREE!

    Bake at 350 8-10 min and they are done.....SOOOO GOOOD!
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    Picked up 8, cooked one down right away and froze the rest.

    I did a Hawaiian style pulled pork. Put it in the pot with a good dash of coconut milk and chicken broth, added 2 bottles of Hawaiian Wing Sauce (pineapple and coconut...could have just added some of this but the sauce was on sale too!), cooked low on the stove top in a cast iron Dutch oven for 3 hours. It broke apart just stirring it with a spoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjones223 View Post
    Speaking of simple recipes....If you love peanut butter cookies this is the BEST I HAVE EVER HAD!!!! Sooooo simple and amazing.

    1 cup peanut butter
    1 cup sugar
    1 egg

    That's it!! every ingredient you need....just THREE!

    Bake at 350 8-10 min and they are done.....SOOOO GOOOD!
    So im a sucker for PB anything, so I have to try this. Do you recommend crunchy or smooth peanut butter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterdekoy View Post
    So im a sucker for PB anything, so I have to try this. Do you recommend crunchy or smooth peanut butter?
    Smooth.....you so want a glass of milk or water....it is like eating a tablespoon of PB in a cookie form.


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