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Old 07-10-2006, 05:47 PM   #1
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Pork Rib Pizza

Doing something new tonight for dinner, Pork Rib Pizza.

Have some spare rib pork trimmings grilling/steaming in some apple juice right now. Onion wraps have already come off the grill. (sorry no pics, very tender and fell apart)

Once the trimmings are done, will slice and paint with some BBQ sauce. Will put the onions, pork and parmesan cheese on top of some focaccia bread (one with tomatos and one with mushrooms) and grill for about 10 minutes.

Hope they turn out good?! Wish me luck!

Pics on the way.
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Old 07-10-2006, 07:50 PM   #2
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Need pic's now!

I tried a pulled pork pizza from a local Q joint,it was awesome =P~ =P~
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Sounds good... wish I could see it.
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Old 07-11-2006, 06:39 AM   #5
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We want pics!!!!!
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Old 07-11-2006, 09:21 AM   #6
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here you go

Before the cheese...


After the cheese...


Fresh off the grill...mushroom


and tomato one


Both w/the evening's beverages...


It turned out good. The wife loved them. Bottom of the crust was nice and crispy. The pork and onions very tender. I was a little worried about the flavors clashing but that was not a problem at all.

The tomato one was much better then the mushroom. Will use mozzarella cheese next time as it melts and eats better. The parmesan stuck together in one big mass once it cooled some.

Really easy to make to be so good. Will be making more in the future
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Did you make the crust yourself or was it already made?? Looks great
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Looking good Garland!!!
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They look great!! =D> =D>
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Rib pizza! On the to do list!!
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Damn... all you cooked me was steak and shrimp when I stopped by.
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Did you make the crust yourself or was it already made?? Looks great
Thanks. Cheated on the bread/crust...premade from the bakery at Bi-Lo.
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Damn... all you cooked me was steak and shrimp when I stopped by.
Need to stop by more often. Standing invite, Fin.
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GQ has promised to make us rib pizzas at the next SOTB.
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GQ has promised to make us rib pizzas at the next SOTB.
I hope they're better than the crawfish ABT's we didn't have! 8-[
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Still looks good!! =P~
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Nice lookin' pie =D>
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Need to stop by more often. Standing invite, Fin.
I do need to stop again... I think I'm supposed to do some work for you. 8-[
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Sounds great Chuckwagon.
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Yeah, really good. Thanks for the tips. Will have to practice some more.
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