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Unread 10-08-2012, 10:30 AM   #1
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I am doing a tailgate party that I have to cook the pulled pork ahead of time ( one day)...tailgate is 2 hrs away and will have no access to electricity, but will have a grill to warm things up. Appreciate any thoughts.
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I like to vac-seal and then boil in the bag to reheat.
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if you don't vac-seal and heat it up the old fashioned way, in a pan or pot, add a little liquid to it (i use chicken stock).
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I like to reheat it using the BBQ sauce that I'll be using on the sandwich. If you can throw a pot on your grill, you could add BBQ sauce and the PP to the pot and heat it up that way.
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Put your sauce in and put it in one of those big disposable aluminum pans on the grill and heat it over fairly low heat.
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++1 on the vac sealing and reheating in a pan of water. A word of caution however... don't let the edges of the bag drape over the enges of the pan and / or come in direct contact with excessive heat. The bag will essentially seal itself (ie.. melt) without you even realizing it.

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