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Old 12-05-2006, 06:43 PM   #1
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Is this where you post leftovers made from pulled pork?

I didn't know if I should post it here or GB?
But anyway I was talking to a master cook from this forum Monday trying to decide what to make with leftover pulled pork.
After much thought I decided to make something a little different.
Pulled pork meatballs with homemade sauce.
I used my regular meatball recipe spiked with a little parmesan cheese, and chopped pork. Served on (my daughter called them birdnests) Lubelski I found at a Polish market. And some cheese ravioli.


Starting out with the sauce, added chopped pork and Italian sausage to the mix.

Bag o' birdnests

Meatballs added


Kitchen smells real good now


Finito!
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Old 12-05-2006, 06:49 PM   #2
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The polish spaghetti sounds interesting! What was the texture of the meatballs like? Were there strands of pulled pork or did you fine chop it? That meal looks real good and something I might want to try but the texture of the meatballs have me a little concerned. Did you consider putting ground beef instead of the italian sausage with the meatballs? Sorry for so many questions.
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Old 12-05-2006, 07:28 PM   #4
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The polish spaghetti sounds interesting! What was the texture of the meatballs like? Were there strands of pulled pork or did you fine chop it? That meal looks real good and something I might want to try but the texture of the meatballs have me a little concerned. Did you consider putting ground beef instead of the italian sausage with the meatballs? Sorry for so many questions.
The polish spaghetti was different. The instructions were in Polish how to cook it. It said boil in low boiling water for 2 min. It was aldente but very good. I didn't add the fact that I used ground chuck with the "chopped " pork (Sorry ) in the meatballs. I cooked the Italian sausage seperatly and put it in with the sauce along with strands of pulled pork.
Instead of frying the meatballs in a pan, I cooked them in the oven.(big difference). Texture was perfect!
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Well aint even total sure whut is pushed/pulled pork let alone with whut to do with the remainder. Could somebody give a brudder a leg up here? If this is similar to a mushy brisket I am gettting the drift but aint quite entergetic enough to go about trying to disguise the true nature of the the beast enough to trick somebody into eating it. Sounds sorta labor intensive to me. Thanks.

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Well aint even total sure whut is pushed/pulled pork let alone with whut to do with the remainder. Could somebody give a brudder a leg up here? If this is similar to a mushy brisket I am gettting the drift but aint quite entergetic enough to go about trying to disguise the true nature of the the beast enough to trick somebody into eating it. Sounds sorta labor intensive to me. Thanks.

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It's not about disguising the nature of the beast.
It's about how it tastes after the labor intensive work that goes into the "de beasting "
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Well aint even total sure whut is pushed/pulled pork let alone with whut to do with the remainder. Could somebody give a brudder a leg up here? If this is similar to a mushy brisket I am gettting the drift but aint quite entergetic enough to go about trying to disguise the true nature of the the beast enough to trick somebody into eating it. Sounds sorta labor intensive to me. Thanks.

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It's not about disguising the nature of the beast.
It's about how it tastes after the labor intensive work that goes into the "de beasting "
[smilie=a_whyme.gif] Whatever B.W.,.......... looks good puff.........always wanted to pick up some of those birds nests pasta's......looks good brother!!
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Well aint even total sure whut is pushed/pulled pork let alone with whut to do with the remainder. Could somebody give a brudder a leg up here? If this is similar to a mushy brisket I am gettting the drift but aint quite entergetic enough to go about trying to disguise the true nature of the the beast enough to trick somebody into eating it. Sounds sorta labor intensive to me. Thanks.

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It's not about disguising the nature of the beast.
It's about how it tastes after the labor intensive work that goes into the "de beasting "
[smilie=a_whyme.gif] Whatever B.W.,.......... looks good puff.........always wanted to pick up some of those birds nests pasta's......looks good brother!!
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