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Old 01-07-2013, 10:07 PM   #1
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My BBQ Brethren its been a while so here we go....
The family wanted carnitas tacos and it just so happens that picnic shoulder was on sale for .99 cents a pound. Seasoned with garlic salt and lawrys seasonig salt. We did salsa and pico de gallo.

The salsa is this...1 cup of japanesse chilli pods. 2 green tomatillos, 3 tbs of garlic salt and 3 tbs of oil. First brown the tomatillos in oil for about 5 minutes in medium heat and brown chillis for about 3 minutes. Combine in blender with 1 cup of water and blend.



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Then some pico de gallo...combine and chop and add 1 tbs of jalapenos vinegar.


The main event... smoked in mesquite for about 6 hours at 350 degress,


plated and ready to eat. thanks for looking...
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:16 PM   #2
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Looks Great Tonybel
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:23 PM   #3
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Bloody fantastic. I love the chilli hit. Could you provide full recipe including temperatures & cooking times?
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:26 PM   #4
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Nice work.
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I'm drooling cause those look Great!
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I love smoked meat but I even love it more when its in a tortilla! That looks awesome and think I'm gonna have to borrow your recipe sometime soon
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Yep, I'd hit that.
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That looks amazing. Ive been wanting to cook a carnitas flavored pork butt. How did your flavors compare to traditional carnitas? That salsa looks killer!


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?Como no? Looks awesome!
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Man that looks good!
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Wow that looks great. Looks like another beverage is in order.

That salsa looks hot. I like mild and med salsa in the jar. How does it compare in heat to medium store salsa ?
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That looks amazing. Ive been wanting to cook a carnitas flavored pork butt. How did your flavors compare to traditional carnitas? That salsa looks killer!


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Sorry for late response. Emails somehow was sent to spam folder. The carnitas are tender as if it was made the traditional way. The smoke flavor is the kicker and my wife likes it because they are not greasy.
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Wow that looks great. Looks like another beverage is in order.

That salsa looks hot. I like mild and med salsa in the jar. How does it compare in heat to medium store salsa ?
This would be a hot salsa but with flavored you can taste. You will not sweat or suffer.
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Those Look Fantastic...Good Job !!
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