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Unread 05-29-2012, 02:49 PM   #1
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Default Kitchen Aid Pork Puller!

Did a Pork Shoulder over the holiday weekend. Was looking at alternatives to pulling/shredding & my wife mentioned something about her Kitchen Aid Mixer being able to do it. I laughed out loud... .... that was a poor choice on my part.

I decided to humor her and I threw the shoulder in. Boy was I embarrassed when after about 30 seconds of "mixing" I had a PERFECTLY shredded/pulled pork. So if you've got a kitchen aid mixer, you've got one of the best tools for pulling pork!









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Unread 05-29-2012, 02:53 PM   #2
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That sounds awesome! It really fits my lazy lifestyle!
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Interesting, which attachment did you use? I still like the consistency of manually pulled pork but this could come in handy for doing several of them at one time.
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what attachment did you use? paddle?
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What an interesting idea! Did you just use the paddle blade?
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Ok ,you could have pull the put in less than 2min with hands It take a lot longer to wash it. Besides the time it took getting it out and set up.
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It was this one... and it was VERY consistent

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It looks like it's well pulled. I like mine a little chunkier, but that looks a lot like some I've had in the Carolinas. Personally, I think it dries out when it's pulled that fine, but to each his/her own!
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Great idea. Show us how you did it.

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I was a little too fine for me too but I could have done it for 10 secs & it would've been awesome. I noticed it was a timing thing... Give it a try! As far as the comment on cleaning the mixer etc, that took 30 secs. I know because I actually cleaned it after doubting my wife
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Thanks for the tip....sounds with a little practice one could "pull it" to any desired consistency.....

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Thanks for the tip. My wife has a Kitchen-Aid... maybe I will give it a shot!
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Looks good neighbor...
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I can hear my wife now" you are gonna do what with my mixer"
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Hi!

I need to know more about this, I have three big pork shoulders in the freezer. What size pieces did you put in? Nice looking lunch, by the way.
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