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Old 03-18-2013, 11:07 AM   #1
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Pork Rind Nachos

Been playing around with this idea in my head for a while and finally got around to it. Turned out better than expected!

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Old 03-18-2013, 04:23 PM   #2
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That looked good and different!!
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:17 PM   #3
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That looked good and different!!
It really surprised me John at how good and light they turned out. Thanks for watching!
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Hmmm??!!!

I Get those barrels of pork rinds at Sam's Club about every other time I'm in there. I bet that would work, too.

You reminded me of something slightly different that I do for Nachos...I was at a party and they had a nachos bar and instead of running out of toppings like everybody else does, they ran out of chips. I started rummaging around in the kitchen looking for something and came up with one of those huge bags of "Tator Tots". I decided it was worth a try so I baked up a bunch (it wasn't my kitchen, so I didn't know if they had any oil to fry the tots in) and made...NACHO TOTS!

Now, I'll "bake" the tots in the smoker instead of frying or oven baking them. Haven't used chips since I started this about 8 years ago.
Bet those Pork Rind Nachos will give the Nacho Tots a run for the money.

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Looks pretty tasty!!! Who would have thought? Porchos!
Now, where's the cold beer?
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:56 PM   #6
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Sorry..will have to skip this one. It made my tummy a bit queasy to see the words. I would not dare to desecrate a pork rind with anything different than thin red hot sauce of some kind. Tabasco will work for them too cheap to buy Sirriachi. Glad us skinny folks do not have to eat nasty stuff to dodge carbs. I would start by giving up Ding Dongs and Ho Ho's.
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Tabasco will work for them too cheap to buy Sirriachi.


'Round here, SRIRACHA (the stuff in the clear plastic bottle, white lettering and Rooster, green top) costs about 2/3 to 3/4 what Tabasco costs. Sooooooooooooo GLAD I'm not paying Texass inflated prices.

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wouldn't venture to guess what "sirriachi" might be???
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'Round here, SRIRACHA (the stuff in the clear plastic bottle, white lettering and Rooster, green top) costs about 2/3 to 3/4 what Tabasco costs. Sooooooooooooo GLAD I'm not paying Texass inflated prices.

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wouldn't venture to guess what "sirriachi" might be???

Same here, I have to save my allowance to be able to afford Tabasco sauce!!
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Okay..since yall enjoy to play the pedantic game..how could a rational person claim not to know whut is Sirriachi Sauce and then claim it be cheaper than the other stuff? Yall should get your espousas to proof read some of this. My blood sugar is fixing to spike.
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great idea, will be trying that soon
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