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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:BBQ Favorites - What's Yours?BBQ is serious business in some parts of the county. It is impossible to describe BBQ with just one definition. Where you grew up or where you live usually defines YOUR favorite BBQ.<br /><br /><b>What is your favorite? </b>Pork, Beef or Chicken? Sliced or Pulled? Smoked or Grilled? Wet or Dry? Sauce - Tangy, Mustard, Sweet or Spicy?<br /><br />I am a sliced, smoked pork kind of girl. Throw it on a couple pieces of garlic bread, smother it with a mustard sauce add a side of coleslaw and baked beans. That's my BBQ!<br /><br />And for those of you who experience heartburn after your BBQ - <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/heartburn-gerd/guide/bbq-tricks-for-avoiding-heartburn">BBQ Tricks for Avoiding Heartburn</a> , may help.
YUM! I love my husband's pulled pork sandwiches.I just had to IM him at work to get the details:
Crockpot: Put in boneless pork shoulder, water, a can of beer.
Cook all day.
Mix with Chris & Pitts BBQ sauce.
Put on a big ole crusty roll.
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Report This| Share this:BBQ Favorites - What's Yours?YUM! I love my husband's pulled pork sandwiches.I just had to IM him at work to get the details: <br /><br />Crockpot: Put in boneless pork shoulder, water, a can of beer. <br /><br />Cook all day.<br /><br />Shred. <br /><br />Mix with Chris & Pitts BBQ sauce. <br /><br />Put on a big ole crusty roll. <br /><br />Who is next?
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