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Old 02-24-2014, 09:46 AM   #16
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I'm really interested in your slider roll bread recipe! If she cares to share it. I love baking bread.
Carole is always happy to share recipes. We have tried several, but this is our favorite one:

http://www.chow.com/recipes/11877-chow-slider-hamburger-buns

The recipe says it makes 18, but they would be tiny -- we make 12. The rolls are slightly sweet, which pairs well with the pork. The rolls are not soft/doughy, but rather stand up to the meat and do not fall apart. Enjoy.
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Old 02-24-2014, 09:48 AM   #17
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Man, that looks awesome. I just cant see spending 3.79 a lb for pulled pork.
I'd pay ten bucks a pound if I had to...
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Old 02-24-2014, 09:56 AM   #18
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I bet that pulled pork belly is ooooh so tender and juicy.. probably kills the money muscle on a butt?

I've never eaten an uncured barbecued pork belly. I can only imagine what it tastes like.
Get to cooking one, man! They are not hard to cook, and they are the best part of the pig IMHO.
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Carole is always happy to share recipes. We have tried several, but this is our favorite one:

http://www.chow.com/recipes/11877-chow-slider-hamburger-buns

The recipe says it makes 18, but they would be tiny -- we make 12. The rolls are slightly sweet, which pairs well with the pork. The rolls are not soft/doughy, but rather stand up to the meat and do not fall apart. Enjoy.
I am gonna try these, thanks so much!
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Get to cooking one, man! They are not hard to cook, and they are the best part of the pig IMHO.
Yeah it'll be soon, thanks! :) My local Asian market sells pork belly for $2.79 a pound.
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Man, that looks good okie. I butcher hogs with a friend, I am definitely gonna save a hunk of pork belly for this!
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Man, that looks good okie. I butcher hogs with a friend, I am definitely gonna save a hunk of pork belly for this!
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Got the slider dough going, thank you! :) I'll post some pics of the finished product later today. Gonna make some burgers today -- never made a slider burger before.
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I have not seen pork belly done this way either - wow! Thanks for putting that up!
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Okie,
Looks great

Where do you buy your pork belly?

We get small fresh ones at Hong Phat Market in Lacey
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Got the slider dough going, thank you! :) I'll post some pics of the finished product later today. Gonna make some burgers today -- never made a slider burger before.
Hope you like them. It is hard to describe the texture -- almost a cross between sandwich bread and cornbread.
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Where do you buy your pork belly?

We get small fresh ones at Hong Phat Market in Lacey
At Western Meats in Tumwater. They always have some fun cuts like pork belly, whole shoulders, butts, and various rib cuts. They also have good local grown chickens that only go about 3.5 lbs. So many grocery chickens are 5-6 lbs. and flavorless.
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Thanks - I know exactly where it is. Used to go to the Old Red Barn across the street before it turned all yuppie
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At Western Meats in Tumwater. They always have some fun cuts like pork belly, whole shoulders, butts, and various rib cuts. They also have good local grown chickens that only go about 3.5 lbs. So many grocery chickens are 5-6 lbs. and flavorless.
A lot of the weight of grocer chickens is solution too. I bought about ten 3.5 lb all natural chickens from Sprouts about 6 weeks ago. They've all tasted so delicious. I think it is a combination of the size and the lack of injections giving it that great flavor and texture.
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Gonna have to try this. Haven't had pork belly in foreeeever. Guess it's time to keep an eye on 99 Ranch's sale prices for some pork belly. Thanks for posting.
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