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Unread 01-13-2013, 07:02 PM   #1
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Cook the scraps at 275 til they render,remove and drain on paper towels, kick up the heat to 365,return cracklings to hot lard,when it climbs back to 365,turn off the fire,toss in a cup of ice,when everything settles down,relight the fire and cook 5 more minutes at 350,remove to drain on paper towels and salt and season.Good snack.

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I'm guessing you are doing this outside on a turkey fryer propane burner, right?
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I'm guessing you are doing this outside on a turkey fryer propane burner, right?
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365 hot grease and a cup of ice = disaster.WTF?
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Sure looks good.
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365 hot grease and a cup of ice = disaster.WTF?
I'm with you. Not understanding that at all. Are you actually tossing ice into 365* oil? Or did something get lost in translation?
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I could eat those like popcorn! Looks great Hoss!!
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365 hot grease and a cup of ice = disaster.WTF?
Read the instructions.You turn the fire OFF before adding the ice.You do this outside on a turkey fryer away from any structures.
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I'm with you. Not understanding that at all. Are you actually tossing ice into 365* oil? Or did something get lost in translation?
Yes.You turn the fire OFF before adding the ice.Keep in mind this is done OUTSIDE on a Propane burner away from any structures.The pot is only about 1/4 full.When it settles down,relight and bring to 350 and cook 5 more minutes.Remove to paper towels to drain,salt and season.They been cookin them this way in LA. for years.The ice makes the skin pop.
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I like that!
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