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Old 06-18-2007, 03:24 PM   #1
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Pork, poppers, picking

Saturday I cooked some ABTs (what's left of them in the pic) and 2 shoulders. Nothing special or exciting. I finally found a recipe for ABTs that's just right. Then I made two vinegar sauces for the pork, one by Paul Kirk and the other from the Barbecue Bible. Absolutely hated the BB one. Def something new and interesting to the palate for me. Both shoulders were rubbed with Wolfe Rub. For desert, some freshly picked blueberries from a farm nearby. Good stuff.




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Old 06-18-2007, 03:31 PM   #2
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Sorry about the sauce. Which recipe was it?
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Sorry about the sauce. Which recipe was it?
The one I liked was from Paul Kirk's Champ BBQ. Stevie's had sliced onion and jalapeño in it. It just didn't taste "right". Kirk's had the heat I was looking for though. Do you have a recipe?
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Steve is my last choice for a recipe.
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Old 06-18-2007, 04:13 PM   #5
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Steve is my last choice for a recipe.
Well.... it was what I had at the time I searched the site, but only found one with ingredients I didn't have. *shrugs*
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Sorry the sauce didn't turn out well Helen! Everything sure looked great though!
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Helen, how about the abt recipe that you liked?
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Everything looks good !!! Nice Q-in!
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Old 06-18-2007, 06:52 PM   #10
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Helen, how about the abt recipe that you liked?
2 pounds of jalapeños
1 bar of cream cheese
1/3 package of lil smokies, diced or something
1 package bacon
Wolfe Rub to sprinkle

Cream cheese and smokies were mixed in a bowl. Prepped the peppers, stuffed, wrapped with half slice of bacon, sprinkle with WR.

The only other time I made ABTs... I followed the recipe that was posted a lot everywhere. It was too rich for me. I hate them. I make poppers with bacon, chicken, and jalapeños, skewer and "grill". I like them better.
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