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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2015 9:09 pm 
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all the pork butts at the store were too big, so i picked up a boneless pork loin ribeye cut to make kalua pork. it turned out ridiculously tender.


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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i'm throwing an 8lb pork butt on the smoker this weekend


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doug rr wrote:
i'm throwing an 8lb pork butt on the smoker this weekend

i like that and i cannot lie


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
i'm throwing an 8lb pork butt on the smoker this weekend

i like that and i cannot lie


12-14 hours at 225 degrees....when you pick it up after its done it shakes like a jello mold


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doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
i'm throwing an 8lb pork butt on the smoker this weekend

i like that and i cannot lie


12-14 hours at 225 degrees....when you pick it up after its done it shakes like a jello mold

shake that healthy butt!


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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The wife n I recently made a fresh blueberry coffee cake in the crock.....I was skeptical on that one but it was pretty tasty


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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Today I am trying Dr Pepper pork.

It's just pork of choice ( I went with two picnic roasts), an onion soup mix and a can of Dr. Pepper. I'll report back later........


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dpupenya wrote:
Today I am trying Dr Pepper pork.

It's just pork of choice ( I went with two picnic roasts), an onion soup mix and a can of Dr. Pepper. I'll report back later........



Well, this wasn't bad... We served it with coleslaw and Mac n cheese, on Kings Hawaiian hamburger buns. This was fine I suppose though next time I would treat it more llike a roast or stew than pulled pork and add potatoes carrots and celery instead.


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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dpupenya wrote:
dpupenya wrote:
Today I am trying Dr Pepper pork.

It's just pork of choice ( I went with two picnic roasts), an onion soup mix and a can of Dr. Pepper. I'll report back later........



Well, this wasn't bad... We served it with coleslaw and Mac n cheese, on Kings Hawaiian hamburger buns. This was fine I suppose though next time I would treat it more llike a roast or stew than pulled pork and add potatoes carrots and celery instead.



The leftovers made a couple nice trays of enciladas though


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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Supposed to be cool here tomorrow. Doing the kalua pig in the pot tomorrow

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Supposed to be cool here tomorrow. Doing the kalua pig in the pot tomorrow

the beauty of the crock pot is it doesn't heat up the house :poke:


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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spike wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Supposed to be cool here tomorrow. Doing the kalua pig in the pot tomorrow

the beauty of the crock pot is it doesn't heat up the house :poke:

Yeah but generally crock pot food is cold weather food

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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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And the pig butt we got is huge so I'm starting it tonight.

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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
spike wrote:
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Supposed to be cool here tomorrow. Doing the kalua pig in the pot tomorrow

the beauty of the crock pot is it doesn't heat up the house :poke:

Yeah but generally crock pot food is cold weather food

kalua is cuisine native to hawaii, bro


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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Jesus christ spike.

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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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you're pissing ME off, ruddo.


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 Post subject: Re: RM Kitchen episode 1: Crock Pot cuisine
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Forget it. We aren't doing the kalua pork tomorrow.

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most uninteresting rm feud ever

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