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Old 07-22-2009, 06:14 PM   #51
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To me pulled pork is cooked like this



And is served like this

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Old 07-22-2009, 06:34 PM   #52
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To me pulled pork is cooked like this



And is served like this

Oh, man does that look good!
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Old 07-28-2009, 10:23 AM   #53
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Paymaster, you have to build up some rep before dissing Goodweed...
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Old 07-28-2009, 01:16 PM   #54
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Paymaster, you have to build up some rep before dissing Goodweed...
Actually no dis intended,but....

I don't have alota "rep" here on this board,but I been around and have some at other spots on the web. But no matter my rep,I call'm like I see'm. Cook'n Q in a crock pot and boiling ribs before ya smoke them is just shortcuts. I don't shortcut,not my way but who really cares. You can put long floppy ears on a cat but it don't make him a rabbit.
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Old 07-28-2009, 08:47 PM   #55
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Everyone here has the same rep no matter how new or seasoned they may be. As long as everyone is respectful (which I believe everyone has been) then there are no issues, just differences of opinion which is always welcome.
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Old 09-05-2009, 06:36 PM   #56
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Casper, I've been cooking in all ways and forms for 40 years, and one thing I have learned is not to cook anything for anyone who believes they're an expert. For example, I have southern friends I'd never fry chicken for, even though hers tastes exactly like my mother's (and she's from NH). I have a friend who is an expert breakfast cook. Not going to so much as scramble an egg for him. And I wouldn't touch barbecue in any form with a ten foot pole, because everyone and only one way to do it, and it is a religion. I never fixed eastern European food for my in-laws, although my husband says mine is better. But I never, ever fix a food for someone who thinks that is THEIR specialty. So you can't pick on me! Haha! Seriously, given a choice, I like Korean barbecue or the vinegar based one (I do not have a sweet tooth), prefer pulled to chopped, but then my teeth are still in reasonable shape. But I simply don't think my preferences are the golden rule.
Claire... I'm not sure that I have a true "specialty", but maybe that's because I'm always open to learning something new. If you had me over you could make anything you liked and I'd feel privileged to be invited... and even more grateful if you deigned to pass on any little secrets about the meal.

As to the ground "pulled" pork... it doesn't sound appetizing, but I guess I'd have to try it before making a judgment (and that judgment would even then be strictly a matter of personal preference).
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Old 09-06-2009, 12:31 AM   #57
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Actually no dis intended,but....

I don't have alota "rep" here on this board,but I been around and have some at other spots on the web. But no matter my rep,I call'm like I see'm. Cook'n Q in a crock pot and boiling ribs before ya smoke them is just shortcuts. I don't shortcut,not my way but who really cares. You can put long floppy ears on a cat but it don't make him a rabbit.
Paymaster; I saw no disrespect in yoru post, and I agree that a boston butt, slow roasted on the Q is certainly the best way to go, if you have proper equipment, time, and a bit of experience. But when I have to make something tasty in a hurry, and all I have is My Webber Kettle to smoke the meat in, then I use the technique I described earlier.

And as for rep, is that an Adams I see in that fly vice, and did you tie it? It's a bit small in the picture to tell. And have you tried tying the parachute version? If you want to make a pretty fly, tie a parachute adams using furnace hackle making sure to include some of the black coloring of the feather.

If you love tying flies, and using them to catch a mess of brookies, then we have somehting else in common besides a love of good food.

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Old 09-06-2009, 07:29 AM   #58
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RP, barbecue in America is probably like cassoulet in France or other dishes around the world. Everyone has an opinion on exactly how it should be done and won't look at anyone elses. I was appalled to learn that one place I lived, boiling ribs and putting them in a sugary-sweet bottled barbecue sauce was barbecue. Come on, shouldn't the meat at least be introduced to coals or wood? THEN I learned what I called barbecued chicken most places is considered grilled chicken, what was called barbecued chicken (or other meats) was what I grew up calling smoked. After many years of traveling, I've learned to just call anything I make, "Claire's xyz" That way I don't get in trouble with anyone!
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Paymaster; I saw no disrespect in yoru post, and I agree that a boston butt, slow roasted on the Q is certainly the best way to go, if you have proper equipment, time, and a bit of experience. But when I have to make something tasty in a hurry, and all I have is My Webber Kettle to smoke the meat in, then I use the technique I described earlier.

And as for rep, is that an Adams I see in that fly vice, and did you tie it? It's a bit small in the picture to tell. And have you tried tying the parachute version? If you want to make a pretty fly, tie a parachute adams using furnace hackle making sure to include some of the black coloring of the feather.

If you love tying flies, and using them to catch a mess of brookies, then we have somehting else in common besides a love of good food.

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We are cool! The fly in the avatar is a Willow Fly. It immitates a large early summer mayfly that hatch on the warm sections of the Chattahoochee river here in Gawga. I tie most every day and must say that as a hobby it ranks right up there with BBQ as to favorites.I have tied a few Para Adams in my time. They are quite effective on Georgia Brookies. Here is a larger pic of the Willow Fly.
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I don' want to hijack this thread. So I'll open another topic. Adn this one will ask for recipes, but not the kind that we eat.

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