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Old 02-22-2014, 10:05 PM   #4
THoey1963
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CastlePines: No, I have never tried this before. I have made Carnitas with this marinade, but after soaking over night it would go in a pot with broth and water, simmer covered for two hours, and high boil uncovered until the liquid cooks away. I decided to go out on limb and try it as a pulled pork. We'll see how it turns out.

Landarc: If it took 8 hours and started at 6, I would be taking it off around 2 pm and letting it rest for 90 mins or so. So, serving at 4 pm should be ok, don't ya think? I can get up earlier if needed. It's only sleep.

I know you can never predict exactly how long it will take and it is done when it is done. I am just looking for a good start time to give myself plenty of time.
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