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Unread 07-25-2010, 06:49 PM   #1
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Here are some pics of my very first pulled pork and it came out great







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Looks tasty, nice and moist
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looks mighty tasty - congrats!
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Looks good. Congrats on your 1st one. It can only get better from here.
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Good bark and looks very moist.
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Terrific! I just did my first one this weekend! What are those bear claw things called? I just put on a pair of rubber gloves and pulled it by hand. Cheers!
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Nice work!

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Bear Claws are handy, huh? Good job.
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Terrific! I just did my first one this weekend! What are those bear claw things called? I just put on a pair of rubber gloves and pulled it by hand. Cheers!
Bear Paws! I have a pair and actually used them tonight. They're not as great for shredding as you'd think, at least I don't think they're any better than using a big fork. They're pretty awesome for pulled meat off the cooker or transfering it from a pan to or a cutting board, etc. They're handy, but not essential, get them if you have everything else you need. Just my $0.02.

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Bear paws are good for picking up meat and moving it around..I didnt use them for shredding and to be honest, i couldnt pick up the shoulder when it was done either, it was just falling apart....
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The bear claw things are called bear claws, I got a pair at Cabellas for $10
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Looks good man, I wish my first attempt at pulled pork had turned out that good, it resembled bad cat food. Keep it up, like someone said, it will only get better as you figure what you like.
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Nicely done! So how did it taste?
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Nice job on the pork! Huge bear claws fan here.
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Tasted very good, Mild smoke flavor. Wasnt overpowering, might actually add a bit more wood next time as i didnt wanna over do it. Or maybe i wont screw with it at all cause, wife, mom, and cousin all loved it. Made a vinger/tomate based sauce to go with it. Drizzled it on the sandwhich, added a nice bit of bite. taking a few to work today to share with a co-worker or 2.
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