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Old 05-20-2014, 12:39 AM   #1
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Default A Pulled Pork Pie

I hadn't made one of these for awhile. Usually make them with a sliced tatoe crust http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=128156
this time I used shredded hash brown tatoes.

seasoned the pork butt with Tatonka Dust, SM Peppered Cow and Big Poppa's Money rub...



into the drum til done...





had sandwiches the first night then used some of the pulled pork for the pie.

pressed shredded tatoes into the skillet first. Seasoned them with smoked salt and pepper...



then the pulled pork, topped with more dry rub, minced jalapenos and onions



drizzled with Thomas Q sauce.. ( Thanks P, I love the stuff)





added a bit of provolone....



then a bacon lattice and sprinkled with more rub...





used the Memphis Pro for this cook. Cranked it up to 350F and let er go..



waited til the bacon was nice and crisp...





I drizzled the slice with more Thomas Q sauce. It's a vinegar based sauce and has a nice little kick to it.





I liked the shredded tatoe crust and will use it again. Overall it was a tasty pie. I was a happy girl. :)

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I'm so doing that with lamb, be like an upside down shepherd's pie.
That's a nice looking dish.
More on the shredded taters, Commercial hash browns?
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I'm so doing that with lamb, be like an upside down shepherd's pie.
That's a nice looking dish.
More on the shredded taters, Commercial hash browns?
Thank you Titch! Lamb would be great!!
I just shredded some tatoes and let them sit in cold salted water with a bit of lemon juice so they wouldn't brown. Drained them and seasoned them with the smoked salt and pepper in the skillet.
Commercial hash browns would work too. I didn't have any on hand.
Looking forward to seeing your lamb pie. Thanks again!
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AHH Soo, grated Potato
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Best looking pie ever. Does the bottom crisp up?
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That is outstanding Jeanie.
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Amazing as always, Jeanie. One more item to add the the BBQ bucket list!
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I'm digging the rösti crust.
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Looks fabulous as always Jeanie! Did you grease the skillet before pressing the potato crust in? I'll be trying this very soon. Thank you.
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I really like the idea of using shredded taters. Another great use for them besides the usual Sunday morning breakfast.
Excellent job Jeanie!
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As usual Jeanie that looks amazing!
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That's an awesome idea!! I'm thinking that wood be good also in a dutch oven while camping.
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Are you kidding me. That is sick. How do you come up with these ideas. That is awesome. I seriously can not to try that. OMG.
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Hell yeah, Jeanie! I'll take a couple slices
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