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Monday, June 20, 2011

Pulled Pork Fajitas on my fancy outdoor cooker :)

This has to be one of my favorite meals. I saved some of the smoked pork butt from an earlier smoke.... smoked pork butt
Set up my fancy cooker..
It's a section of pipe with rebar legs, expanded metal grate and an old burner from a hot water heater.



sauteed some onions, scallions, peppers and garlic in a little bit of oil...





added some of my smoked pork... and a small dash of fajita sauce...



heated through and added my corn tortillas...





This was self serve style... grab a paper towel, top with a hot tortilla, top with the smoked pork-onion mixture..



then drizzle with your favorite hot sauce and add a bit of fresh pico de gallo and a squeeze of lime.

The rooster was happy chicken wasn't on the menu again. :)



I love these plateless meals..



It was a nice afternoon sitting under the shade tree. :)

22 comments:

A Year on the Grill said...

I've read 30 posts today from around the cooking world... this is my favorite!

McGyver would love the set up

Tripple T said...

Hi Cowgirl! Thanks for makeing my mouth water AGAIN!! You know Oklahoma's not that big of a place. One morning your going to wake up to find your front yard full of people wanting something to eat!lol Did you get a chance to go fishing yesterday? You know the 4th is not to for off! Have pig will travel!! lol I hope you have a blessed day! your friend Mark

cowgirl said...

haha.. Thanks Dave! (((HUGs))) :)

cowgirl said...

lol Thanks Mark! I'm glad you liked the pics. :)
Seems like every weekend there are hungry people in my yard. lol
I didn't get to go fishng. The wind was just too strong. I would have had to put rocks in my pockets to keep from blowing away! :)
I do have sort of plans for the 4th... a family gathering at my house and I have no idea what I'm going to cook. I'm going to cook the meat and they are supposed to bring the side dishes..
Hope it works out.
Hope you have a great week Mark! Thanks for stopping by. :)

Tripple T said...

I hope you have a wonderfull 4th with your family! We are starting Vacation Bible School for the youth in our community starting tonight. It will go through friday night when we'll have a fireworks show for them. It's alwayse fun for the kids. The big kids too! Of course we'll be grilling something! We will be praying for your family as they travel for the holidays. If they are anything like mine their scattered all over the country.lol Your Friend Mark! :)

Jim Dorchak said...

Hey CowGirl is that a Buff Brahman (sp) chicken in the back ground?

Dinner sure looks good and no muss no fuss clean up as well.

Jim Dorchak
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Cowgirl Goods said...

All time perfect meal!

Rueben said...

On man Cowgirl...that's my kind of breakfast. Especially if I'm going to do a lot of work. You made me hungry...again!!
I like the Cholula sauce but you need to try my Salsa Ranchero. Perfect for these tacos.
Great job as usual. You're something else.

Big Dude said...

Looks like a fine feed - simple and delicious.

cowgirl said...

Mark that sounds great!! I'm sure both the young and the old kids will enjoy it! :)
Thanks Mark, hope you have a wonderful week!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Jim! :)
That's an ameracauna but I do have some buffs running around the place. Buffs are one of my favorite breeds, they are so pretty. :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you so much Cowgirl Goods! It's one of my favorite meals. :)

cowgirl said...

Rueben I bet your ranchero sauce would be great on these! Thanks for the tip! :)
Thanks for the kind comments too...you're a great friend!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Larry! Simple meals are my favorite. :)

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

Looks pretty yummy as usual Jeanie.

kirby said...

That chicken looks kind of nervous. She's probably hoping you don't run out of the other white meat.

cowgirl said...

Thanks Mark! :)
It was kinda tasty... and easy to clean up afterwards. :)
Hope all is going well with you!

cowgirl said...

lol Kirby I think you're right! :)

Chris said...

I love that cooker! And I love this idea. I'll have to try this with my Egg and a wok. I have two butts smoking right now for an overnight.

Great cook, J!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Chris! This is my favorite cooker. :)
Bet your smoked butts were awesome!
Hope you had a nice weekend Chris. :)

800 Calories said...

Simply heat the spam in the grill, slice? Any spices?

cowgirl said...

Hi 800 Calories,
For the spam posted on the Hasty Bake cook?
Smoke for one hour until the block of spam "blooms". Sprinkle with a cayenne/brown sugar mixture...then spritz with whiskey. Let it smoke for another 15 minutes or so until the glaze forms.
Hope this helps ya!