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Unread 08-21-2011, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default Corn Bread Pulled Pork Pie

I made up a pulled pork pie for dinner tonight with yesterdays leftovers. Based it on some other posts here with some mods I am sure others have done. Used a cast iron skillet and heated it up and greased it with butter. Pressed some cornbread into the bottom for a crust. Added a layer of baked beans, a layer of pork, some BBQ sauce, and topped with a cheddar/montery jack mix. Will definitely make this again...

Also made some pulled pork nachos which came out pretty good as well...
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Looks mighty tasty!
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That looks AWSOME....I am definitley going to give a try.
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Wow! I think this is what the English were trying for with Shepard's Pie.
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looks good fried cornbread also work great with PP
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Yumm Yumm, I have to give this a try
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Wow, that does look good. The nachos are no slouch either.
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That's a great idea! The Corn Bread Pulled Pork Pie looks delicious.
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Did someone here say O M G already? Jeez that looks good...
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Thanks all... When I was thinking of how to put this together, I wasn't sure how the cheese would go with the flavor mix. So I asked my wife what she thought. I think her exact words were, "are you crazy, cheese makes everything better, go for it"....and so the story behind the story!
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That really looks good. Thanks for sharing.
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Not too shabby. Not too shabby t'all. I'd definitely hit that! Gotta ask though, is that sweet cornbread? I never make sweet but for that combination, I think it really would work.
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Not too shabby. Not too shabby t'all. I'd definitely hit that! Gotta ask though, is that sweet cornbread? I never make sweet but for that combination, I think it really would work.
Thank Deguerre. It Jiffy cornbread mix that my wife adds creamed corn to. Not overly sweet but has a nice sweetness to it.
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Great timiing I was just about to post on how to keep and use leftover pulled pork.
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