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Old 08-04-2008, 09:42 AM   #31
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wait wait wait, kahlua in chocolate?
All those over the age of (none of your business) know about kahlua in chocolate!!!!! We ran out of sins and had to start some new ones!!!
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Old 08-04-2008, 09:44 AM   #32
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All those over the age of (none of your business) know about kahlua in chocolate!!!!! We ran out of sins and had to start some new ones!!!
I think im not understanding what kalua is, is kalua pork or is it something that goes with pork?
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LOLOLOL LT - Kahlua is a coffee-flavored liqueur.
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Old 08-04-2008, 10:13 AM   #34
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LOLOLOL LT - Kahlua is a coffee-flavored liqueur.
LOL, i knew it. I was confused. So Kahlua pork is pork with coffee liquor. Like Hawaiian kahlua pork.
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LOL, i knew it. I was confused. So Kahlua pork is pork with coffee liquor. Like Hawaiian kahlua pork.
No, two different things. Kalua is the pork, Kahlua is the liqueur (liqueur is different than liquor too). Kalua pork is a method of cooking wherin the pork is buried in an underground "oven", having nothing to do with the coffee-flavored liqueur.

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Old 08-04-2008, 10:30 AM   #36
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No, two different things. Kalua is the pork, Kahlua is the liqueur (liqueur is different than liquor too). Kalua pork is a method of cooking wherin the pork is buried in an underground "oven", having nothing to do with the coffee-flavored liqueur.

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DANG GIRL, are you kidding me... LOL out of billions and billions of names and letters, they came up with Kalua and Kahlua and liqueur and liquor. they could have used Kah-moo-a or something like that so it doesnt sound so dang simular.

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DANG GIRL, are you kidding me... LOL out of billions and billions of names and letters, they came up with Kalua and Kahlua and liqueur and liquor. they could have used Kah-moo-a or something like that so it doesnt sound so dang simular.

Oh i also need to talk to you about my smoker, again... this time i have pics..
I'm all ready for some smoker talk!!!!! Anytime! Start the thread, or PM me, either way.

Also, what all have you made in your crockpot?
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I'm all ready for some smoker talk!!!!! Anytime! Start the thread, or PM me, either way.

Also, what all have you made in your crockpot?
well a few days ago we, as in mom and i, made soem sort of pork chop dinner. she threw in some left over scalloped potatoes, onions, wishasheer sauce(not sure how to spell it), a lil brown gravy and some packet of white wine and herb seasoning from the store, and the chops. turned out pretty good. tonight i am going shopping for pulled pork marnatied with banana and, if i can find it at the store, hawaiian sea salt.

let me get my pics all scaled down and ill pm you.
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well a few days ago we, as in mom and i, made soem sort of pork chop dinner. she threw in some left over scalloped potatoes, onions, wishasheer sauce(not sure how to spell it), a lil brown gravy and some packet of white wine and herb seasoning from the store, and the chops. turned out pretty good. tonight i am going shopping for pulled pork marnatied with banana and, if i can find it at the store, hawaiian sea salt.

let me get my pics all scaled down and ill pm you.
That pulled pork will need to cook for 10 to 12 hours - just a "time" warning. I will look forward to the pics!
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DANG GIRL, are you kidding me... LOL out of billions and billions of names and letters, they came up with Kalua and Kahlua and liqueur and liquor. they could have used Kah-moo-a or something like that so it doesnt sound so dang simular.

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Man, LT. First you are talking about liquor and coffee and now you are asking about smokers? I thought you were Mormon like me! (I hope that was common knowledge and you don't mind me saying it). You do have a point with the names though. From now on we can have pork Kah-moo-a.

For those who don't know, Mormons don't smoke or drink coffee or alcohol.
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