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Old 10-26-2009, 10:06 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by letscook View Post
I had that happen to me - so tough if i had false teeth they probably would of bounce right out of my mouth.

So with a couple of packages left I figure out what to do with them.

I put them in my crock pot with carrots, saurkraut, onions, some cut up potatoes and let them go for the day - sometime, when I make pork this way I add a can of chopped tomatoes also.
they came out great. What a difference from tough to tender.

And to use up the rest of them i put in crock pot with barbque sauce - couple of bottles of your favorite and let them go them shredded and pulled pork sammys. good also.

I was surprise that as tough as they were how tender & tasty they came out.
If they didn't come out good - at least the dog would of eaten high on the hog!
( no pun intended)
thanks so much, decided to go the bbq sauce route. should have plenty to freeze.

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