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Old 12-06-2013, 01:34 PM   #1
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Default Last Night's Dinner pron a la Tonybel

I was home yesterday and I had a pork butt that was lonely so I decided to get busy. A bit back Tony posted a Flautas cook and I had a ton of corn and flour tortillas left so I decided to utilize them.

I sliced about 2 1/2lbs of the bone in butt to make kabobs as well. Why not right?

Cubed the shoulder and seasoned with salt, black pepper, Aleppo pepper, paprika and sliced onion. Vacuum packed and let it marinate until dinner time.





Mustard coated the bone in rest of the butt and dusted with PBC all purpose rub.




At 160 IT, took it out and wrapped in BP and back into the PBC.



In the mean time I made some Mexican rice and agucate sauce. Avocados, roasted tomatillos, serranos, garlic, fresh cilantro, salt, tiny bit of heavy cream and processed in the food processor.



Pork butt ready and going to rest a bit.



Skewered the marinated pork and hung it in the PBC for about 40 minutes.








While the kabobs were going I shredded the pork, rolled in tortillas and crisped it up a bit in my DO.







Oh yeah!



Sucky picture but...





Kabobs are ready. Talk about hot and fast. So is everything else.



Plated up.



With flash



A 40 minute pork butt kabob. So tender and juicy




Flautas were really crunchy outside and tender juicy inside.





Thanks for looking guys!
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Old 12-06-2013, 01:38 PM   #2
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looks great, is that green sauce similar to an aji sauce? also what are those metal tubes in the butt prior to the cook?
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Old 12-06-2013, 01:45 PM   #3
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Great cook & pics!!!
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Old 12-06-2013, 01:48 PM   #4
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Very nice.
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looks great, is that green sauce similar to an aji sauce? also what are those metal tubes in the butt prior to the cook?
Thanks!

It's sort of similar to aji with the exception of this sauce containing avocados and tomatillos. But there are so many versions of aji that why I say "sort of".

Those metal hooks are for my Pit Barrel Cooker. I hang the meats in the PBC like so



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Old 12-06-2013, 01:53 PM   #6
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that looks frickin' yummy!
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Man. You fellas put me to shame, I tells ya. Nice cookin'.
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Thanks!

It's sort of similar to aji with the exception of this sauce containing avocados and tomatillos. But there are so many versions of aji that why I say "sort of".

Those metal hooks are for my Pit Barrel Cooker. I hang the meats in the PBC like so



Thanks! I've been working on trying to find a good aji sauce recipe. But can't seem to match the consistence of the ones I've tried and liked before. I'll have to give that a shot.

mmm hanging meat for some reason seems much tastier than meat sitting on a grill grate.
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Old 12-06-2013, 02:07 PM   #10
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It all looks good, but I'm really liking he kabobs!!
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Stop...just stop it....everytime you guys cook something different I have to go spend money to do the same...lol nice looking food
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Stop...just stop it....everytime you guys cook something different I have to go spend money to do the same...lol nice looking food
You're not the only one.
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Good looking cook!
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I want to eat that right now. Like REALLY bad!
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stop...just stop it....everytime you guys cook something different i have to go spend money to do the same...lol nice looking food
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