Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Pulled Pork: A Revelation in Taste

Everybody should do this atleast once, monthly.

I slow roasted a pork shoulder, and ate a good slab of it like that, then, after it cooled, I pulled it, and ate it all week on sandwiches. So moist and tasty, salty from the rub before it went in the oven.

This recipe was a true discovery. And it clearly falls under the
definition of a sandwich
, since the meat has been shredded, not formed into an unnatural shape such as a patty.


Brendan said...

Thought I should bring the following to your attention:
On May 15, 2009 PRI's "The World" audio podcast featured "The search for the world's best sandwich". I've yet to listen to said podcast but figured you should. Keep me posted.

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jake said...

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I swear I've heard of this same CUSD somewhere over the past year or so...maybe, or Unbreaded or somewhere. The sandwich definition argument, that is. I need to read up on that as well! If you have a chance, send me a line at jdsaenz-at-gmail-dot-com. I have some ideas about what constitutes the def. of a sandwich.

Thanks again for your post on the blog! Talk soon,