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Unread 07-04-2013, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default 4th of July Porchetta with pRoN!!

Thanks to my brethren this turned out AMAZING because my first attempt i absolutely tanked! Spent a little more time on it this time and it really shows Happy Independence Day All and Thank you to all the Men and Women that have fought to give it to us!
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Unread 07-04-2013, 09:18 PM   #2
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Looks good, nice cooking.
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I made a cherry chipoltle bbq sauce for this as well worked out pretty good, the next batch I think I will cook red potatoes, baby carrots and some onions in the same pan with the porchetta.
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Careful with those dragons milk they will knock your socks off. I can only get thing big bottles where I live. Food looks great
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Yeah they are smooth, you would never know how strong unless you read the label !
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Looks really good
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This was my first higher temperature cook so I was kind of nervous about it but it worked out great!
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Anyone ever done one up skinless? How did it turn out?
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I did one skinless. The outside doesn't get crispy at all. Still tasted good but not like it should.
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That looks great!
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I did one skinless. The outside doesn't get crispy at all. Still tasted good but not like it should.
Thanks, the cracklin was nice and crispy and tasted good in some spots but other spots were still chewy. Is this usually the case or could it have stayed on longer at the 450 temp mark?
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