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Smoked Pork Loin Rib Roast

Smoked Pork Loin Rib Roast

I’ve been looking for new ideas for things to cook here in 2013 and one thing I hadn’t tried yet is a pork loin rib roast.  If you’re unfamiliar with this cut of meat, it is a portion of the loin with the baby back ribs still attached.  This cut has several names:  center cut […]

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BBQ Pulled Pork Lasagna

E.L.C. – Pulled Pork Lasagna

Want to take some leftover slow-smoked BBQ pulled pork and turn it into an Italian slice of Heaven?  Then take some of that pulled pork and make a BBQ pulled pork lasagna!  It’s simple:  substitute pulled pork for the ground beef and BBQ sauce for the marinara.  This recipe is very straightforward and easy to make and tastes […]

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Grill Dome Pulled Pork

Slow Smoked Boston Butts on the Grill Dome Kamado

I’ve been traveling a lot since acquiring my new Grill Dome ceramic kamado and finally had the chance to cook some Boston butts on it this past weekend.  Since ceramic kamados are so well insulated (meaning low airflow) and absorb and radiate heat evenly throughout the cooker, large cuts of meat (like pork shoulders) generally […]

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Pork Parmesan Subs

Pork Parmesan Subs

Here is a straight forward recipe for pork parmesan subs that is really good, filling and quick and easy to make.  You can use pork cube steaks (like I did in this recipe) or pork cutlets.  The process is simple: Pan sauté, or grill, some pork cube steaks. While the pork is cooking, toast some sub […]

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Southwest BBQ Pulled Pork Salad with Homemade BBQ Ranch Dressing

E.L.C. – Southwest Pulled Pork Salad with Homemade BBQ Ranch Dressing

This week’s Leftover Mondays features a Southwest-style pulled pork salad with a homemade BBQ ranch dressing.  This was a super easy recipe and the homemade BBQ ranch paired with the pulled pork made this one tasty salad.  Might not have been the “healthiest” salad, but dang it was good!  Recipe, pics and video below.  Enjoy! […]

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Moink Balls!

What’s that you say?  What is a “moink ball”?  Well that’s simple:  Moo + Oink.  All you have to do is take frozen Italian meatballs, wrap them in bacon, stick a toothpick through them to hold them together, dust them lightly with your favorite BBQ rub, smoke them for 1 1/2 – 2 hrs and […]

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