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Old 09-02-2013, 05:03 PM   #211
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Glad I had the sense enough at the time to post some of my recipes here.
Wanted to use my pie maker today and couldn't find my chocolate pie recipe.

Anyone know if any recipe using pork is in here? Specifically pulled.
Search feature here never works for me.

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Old 09-02-2013, 06:35 PM   #212
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Glad I had the sense enough at the time to post some of my recipes here.
Wanted to use my pie maker today and couldn't find my chocolate pie recipe.

Anyone know if any recipe using pork is in here? Specifically pulled.
Search feature here never works for me.

Thank you

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I don't remember seeing a pulled pork recipe for the pie maker. What flavor profile would you be going for? Mexican, BBQ?
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:57 PM   #213
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I don't remember seeing a pulled pork recipe for the pie maker. What flavor profile would you be going for? Mexican, BBQ?
We've already had bbq & tamale's this week. Not sure what I want to do with the left over pulled pork that I have to make tomorrow. I just know I want a pie!
I thought someone had posted a recipe for pulled pork. Been looking back, laughing half the time. Wow time flies around here.
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Could you add teriyaki to it? Do a pulled pork with stirfry veg pie. Or just the pulled pork in a pie and served hot with cole slaw.
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:21 PM   #215
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Could you add teriyaki to it? Do a pulled pork with stirfry veg pie. Or just the pulled pork in a pie and served hot with cole slaw.
Teriyaki's a great idea! Already have the wrappers ready. I see nothing wrong with super sizing an eggroll.. Do you? People always have at least 2 of them anyways. Were just cutting out the chase. Right? Justifiable 2nds.

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Teriyaki's a great idea! Already have the wrappers ready. I see nothing wrong with super sizing an eggroll.. Do you? People always have at least 2 of them anyways. Were just cutting out the chase. Right? Justifiable 2nds.

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