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Unread 08-30-2013, 07:43 AM   #1
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Default Pork burnt ends in malt vinegar reduction with figs sauce

Hi All,
I've prepared pork burnt ends with malt vinegar reduction and figs sauce. It was for a friend party "everyone bring something to eat", and I wanted to bring something never eat before.

About 4 pounds of pork butt, cut in 3 pieces to have more bark. Smoked at 300f with lump charcoal and some cerry chunks till 170f, then cubed, sauced and smoked again for a couple of hours.

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malt vinegar, figs sauce, shezuan pepper, cloves, white pepper, smoked paprika, nutmeg, cinnamon, ketchup. Everything in a pan over fire, until reduced.

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The cube is a piece of ham, done for a smoked ham sandwich:





Ok, time to pull the pork butt:



Cut, good smoke ring:





Cubed and sauced:







2 hours more in the smoker. Done!



It was pretty good!

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Unread 08-30-2013, 07:49 AM   #2
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Looks great!
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I'd eat that!!! The flavors sound like they'd work great together!!!
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Looks great. Cool idea.
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Lookin mighty dang good!
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That looks amazing!
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Thanks for the great idea, I haven't seen a thread on them in awhile and nearly forgot about them. I think I'll throw some of these on tomorrow for the church meal along with the butts for pulled sammies!
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Hmm. I've never had pork burnt ends. Looks pretty damn good, though
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Looks fantastic. I'm going to have to follow your lead soon!
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Could you please post the amounts...
I really would love to.try this and picked up another small butt for this
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Looks pretty good to me!
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Thank you all guys for the fine words!

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Could you please post the amounts...
I really would love to.try this and picked up another small butt for this
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Sorry but no amounts because I made the sauce adding spices and liquids liberally, and adding more after tasting.

I can say only, stay low with cloves, 2 or 3 are enough. If you don't have figs sauce, I 'd use honey.

For the rub on the pork during smoking, I've used only salt.
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Thank you very much, I can "wing it".
Since I don't have fig sauce I'm going to go with some maple syrup.
We make our own every year. So I'll go real light on the cloves
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That's a pretty good idea, there. Inspiration for a future cook...

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