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Old 09-15-2014, 06:30 PM   #11
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Nice savory pulled pork with slaw on a flour tortilla (flatbread)...YUM!
Good evening PF! I am liking this because the tortilla doesn't get so soggy. However, it is still a little messy to eat!
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Old 09-15-2014, 06:33 PM   #12
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Good evening PF! I am liking this because the tortilla doesn't get so soggy. However, it is still a little messy to eat!
Eat with a fork! Or buy bigger serviettes. And don't eat them in your good clothes.
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And the soggy bun is my main issue of course.

Chili with left over pork? Hm, okay. I am trying to think if I have made posole - it sounds familiar..... Carnitas, no - explain please?

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Posole Rojo, Quick

Here is the recipe I use for carnitas. Since you would be using pre-cooked pork some adjustments would have to be made.


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Old 09-15-2014, 06:41 PM   #14
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Eat with a fork! Or buy bigger serviettes. And don't eat them in your good clothes.
I always eat with a fork (and usually with a knife too!) Maybe this is where I am going wrong?

Why have I stayed away so long!! << is this a new one? I like it!
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Has anyone mentioned BBQ spaghetti?
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Old 09-15-2014, 06:58 PM   #16
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I always eat with a fork (and usually with a knife too!) Maybe this is where I am going wrong?

Why have I stayed away so long!! << is this a new one? I like it!
You could also tie a tea towel around your neck to save your clothes from messy food.
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Has anyone mentioned BBQ spaghetti?
Um.... no.

And there is probably a reason for that?
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Old 09-15-2014, 07:23 PM   #18
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You could also tie a tea towel around your neck to save your clothes from messy food.
Now, some people might find that a tad rude.

Me? I find it hilarious!!!

And on that note, I bid you goodnight!
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I've used pulled pork in tacos, burritos, spaghetti sauce, pizza, anything that I use chopped or broken meat bits. But my family likes it best on buns with slaw.
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I believe you're using my recipe and I'm thrilled that you like it so much In addition to the bun with slaw, I also like it on a soft flour tortilla with pickled onions, Monterey Jack cheese - mozzarella would work, too - and a squeeze of lime juice with Mexican rice on the side. An easy way to make Mexican rice is to make regular rice - 1 cup rice and 2 cups water - but replace 1/2 cup of the water with 1/2 cup of salsa.

You could also add pulled pork to tomato sauce as a sort of pork ragu and serve over pasta.

http://www.rickbayless.com/recipe/pickled-red-onions/
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