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Unread 04-12-2005, 11:12 AM   #1
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I was thinking of doing up some extra food this weekend and bringing it into work on Mon, and was just wondering what y'all's opinions are on reheating methods. I don't know why, but microwaving just doesn't seem right after spending 8-12 hours cooking something. This would be my first time trying my 'Q on people other than family, and I'd like to do it right. Thanks in advance!
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2 words: chafing dish
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What kind of Q? That plays a big role in how I reheat.
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Probably a rack of spares, and a pork shoulder. Maybe a fattie or two if I'm willing to let them go.
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Spares I'd do in a conventional oven if it's available. Low and slow just like you cooked them. If the shoulder is pulled i'd go with Mark's suggestion and heat it in a chafing dish w/sauce if you are using sauce, low and slow again. Sam's Club has some inexpensive wire rack and chafing sets if yo don't have one. We find a reason to use ours a couple of times per year, and they have been well worth it.
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Oven always works...
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I was kinda thinking oven anyway, I'll look into the chafing dish. Anybody use a crock pot? I was thinking that would probably work just as well for the pulled shoulder with a little sauce. Like I said, just wondering what others do. Thanks!
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I don't see why a crock pot wouldn't work. I don't do a lot of pulled pork so you might get some more informed answers from others with more experience.
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I don't see why a crock pot wouldn't work. I don't do a lot of pulled pork so you might get some more informed answers from others with more experience.
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I have used a crock pot many'o time to reheat. Pulled pork, whole pork loins etc, work best. MAybe not good on wibs
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Crockpot or roaster oven workd fine for the pulled pork. I have done it several times.
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Many thanks. The crock pot just popped into my head after I had posted, the wife does a pork in vinegar sauce that her book calls "Carolina barbecue pork" (yeah, right) in the crock. I'll probably just oven the ribs in foil, then throw them in a cooler for the transport. Looking forward to cooking this weekend, didn't get to this last one, and I'm anxious to try out my silicone gasket mod. Might even try an all wood burn if Academy still has some available.
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Crock pot is fine for the pulled pork. I was thinking oven for the ribs.
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Reheated coon with Bic lighter once. Tasty
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Reheated coon with Bic lighter once. Tasty
but was it tender?

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