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Unread 10-07-2008, 11:38 AM   #1
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Default "Odd" pork but recipes-whaddya got?

I did a Cuban style stuffed shoulder this summer. Didn't enjoy as much as I thought, but I got ideas for something better.
What off kilter pork recipes have you done that you like?
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Do you mean like how to cook it or what to do with it after it's done?

I've turned pulled pork into hot dogs. Pork, HD bun, and some q sauce. I've also turned it inot green and red chile stews. Can't think of anything really off kilter though. I'll be watching this thread.
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Maybe not off the wall, but cook one with a basic rub, and cinnamon. After its cooked make a "gravy sauce" for it which is essentially a thin version of apple pie filling. Cut some apple chunks, a little sugar etc whatever you put in a pie. Try not to make it too sweet, but trust me its good!!!
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