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Friday, July 13, 2012

Just Some Good Ole Pulled Pork

Nothing fancy...just had a craving for some good ole pulled pork. I also needed to replenish my freezer stash. :)




I injected a pork shoulder with spiced up beef stock then sprinkled with Big Poppa's Little Louie's rub..






into the drum with a kiss of hickory...




smoked to 200F internal temperature, wrapped and let it rest in the ice chest..








meanwhile... I sauteed onions, garlic, bacon and peppers. Added them to a pot of beans.




wrapped and seasoned some ears of corn...




into the drum while it was still hot..














topped with some Boot Kickin' Spicy Q sauce and served with some of my twangy dill pickled beans and slaw....I was a pretty happy girl. :)


18 comments:

poetcomic1 said...

The Two Exes look right at home but the two stringbeans look kind of lonely next to all that gorgeous meat.

Ross in Ventura said...

Jeanie that looks wonderful, bacon wrapped corn O Yea

Ross

Big Dude said...

Hard to beat good "good ole pulled pork" especially when side with corn and beans.

lisa said...

Looking good as always!

Chris said...

I was just thinking about making some of your corn yesterday. It all looks great. The two beans in the first plated picture...that is just about the right balance of meat to veggies (ha ha)

cowgirl said...

poetcomic I was thinking the same thing. The two pickled beans look odd but I knew I couldn't handle eating any more of them than two...They are so twangy, they make my eyelids sweat! lol
Thanks for stopping by!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Ross!! Hope you're having a great weekend! :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Larry! :) I need to make this more often, it's sort of a comfort food meal.
Hope all is well in your neck of the woods! :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Lisa! Hope you're having a nice weekend! :)

cowgirl said...

lol Chris!! I kind of agree with you on the beans. These are pretty potent! lol
Hope you have a great day. :)

panthers76 said...

Hi Jeanie,

Your beans have the consistency that I strive for and have problems achieving. What is your bean to water ratio and how long and what temp do you cook them at? They just look outstanding, along with everything else of course...;)

Thanks,

Bill

cowgirl said...

Bill I don't measure. I soak the beans overnight, drain, add chicken stock and let them simmer for awhile before putting them in the cooker. It gives them a head start (they take so long).

The temperature on this batch was about 275F.
Sorry I can't be of more help!

Thanks Bill..

panthers76 said...

I can work with that Jeanie. Thanks.

Nothing better than beans, cornbread, and Mac and Cheese. That is a stick to your ribs kinda meal...

cowgirl said...

Well said Bill! :) Great eats!

Jake said...

Cowgirl- I got to wonder are you like 400 lbs? You wrap EVERYTHING in bacon- I love it

Maybe I am just jealous.....

David said...

Making me drool in my keyboard!

cowgirl said...

lol Jake, I don't have time to gain 400 lbs. Now that I think of it...my friends don't either. Probably something to do with these range-bred fence jumping cows. lol
Thanks!

cowgirl said...

David Thanks! Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. :)