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  • My fave sauce is finally back in stock. Won’t help you for this cook, but do yourself a favor and order some for your next.

    https://www.storenvy.com/products/13...-hot-bbq-sauce
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    • Originally posted by Donuthole View Post
      My fave sauce is finally back in stock. Won’t help you for this cook, but do yourself a favor and order some for your next.

      https://www.storenvy.com/products/13...-hot-bbq-sauce
      looks delightful. ordered.
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      • Originally posted by old_gregg View Post
        favorite sauce for the crowd that likes their pulled pork sauced?
        http://www.cougarstadium.com/showthr...=1#post1423733
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        • Originally posted by old_gregg View Post
          bruh



          thanks. we're doing pickled red onions that are pretty vinegar heavy, so will get the traeger-que.
          Pickled red onion recipe?

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          • Originally posted by CJF View Post
            I haven’t seen the bone in at Costco.
            I saw it for the first time a few weeks ago. I wonder if the meat crisis caused them to approach things differently.
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            • Originally posted by The_Tick View Post
              Pickled red onion recipe?
              https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-mak...-kitchn-193247

              i doubled the sugar. they were good, especially on the pulled pork.
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              • Originally posted by old_gregg View Post
                https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-mak...-kitchn-193247

                i doubled the sugar. they were good, especially on the pulled pork.
                I'll try this one next time. The recipe I found was simpler but tasted a little harsh. I'll double the sugar also.
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                • I just smoked four pork roasts for the YSA activity tonight. Sam's Club was out, so I bought them at Costco. About 31 pounds pre-cooked. I'm told 60-70 people is the high end, but since we're doing sandwiches, it should go pretty far. Plus we're cooking some vegi-burgers for those who don't eat meat. YSA's...

                  If we do run short, the plan is to go buy some of those cooked chickens from Costco to serve. I would have cooked more, but I'm lazy.

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                  • We ended up with about 16.2 pounds of cooked meat. At 1/4 pound per sandwich average, that works out to about 65 sandwiches. We served 68 sandwiches, and the last two were about two hours into the activity when the last two people showed up. So I guess we were spot on with the meat.

                    And nothing was ever said about portion control--they all helped themselves.

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                    • Well done. I’m sure it was delicious. I am curious though. You only got a 50% yield with boneless? That seems off. Normally for me with bone in it’s about 60% yield.
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                      • Originally posted by CJF View Post
                        Well done. I’m sure it was delicious. I am curious though. You only got a 50% yield with boneless? That seems off. Normally for me with bone in it’s about 60% yield.
                        I know when I cook for some reason a lot of the end product doesn’t end up on the plate. Not sure how that happens.
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                        • Originally posted by CJF View Post
                          Well done. I’m sure it was delicious. I am curious though. You only got a 50% yield with boneless? That seems off. Normally for me with bone in it’s about 60% yield.
                          That threw me too. Not sure if these were more fatty or what. I am very careful in getting rid of the fat, but I was also careful not to throw out actual meat. I probably could have added back more drippings than I did as well.

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                          • Originally posted by All-American View Post

                            I know when I cook for some reason a lot of the end product doesn’t end up on the plate. Not sure how that happens.
                            There was a little of that as well.

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                            • I did pulled pork today and tried something new. I took half of the pork I smoked and fried it crisp and served it up as carnitas. I had a pulled pork sandwich line and a street taco carnitas line. Most people went through both lines, but I got more positive comments about the carnitas than I did for the sandwiches.
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                              • Originally posted by Non Sequitur View Post
                                I did pulled pork today and tried something new. I took half of the pork I smoked and fried it crisp and served it up as carnitas. I had a pulled pork sandwich line and a street taco carnitas line. Most people went through both lines, but I got more positive comments about the carnitas than I did for the sandwiches.
                                Hmm, that actually sounds really good. I may try that next time. Did you use a fryer or just a pan to fry it?


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