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Slow cook pork on smoker for ... paper towel to drain excess oil. Season with salt to taste. Dip in the sauce. Great finger food! This will blow your mind!!
Cut excess fat from roast. Place roast, ... the meat stand the above designated time. NOTE: Meat needs to be cooked to 170 degrees. Check with thermometer.
Salt and pepper meat; sprinkle with garlic powder. Put on grill over low fire. After 15 minutes, add a handful green hickory leaves. Cook meat 4 to 6 ...
Stew all day over low heat. Good the next day with 2 tablespoons cornstarch added to make sauce for smothered burritos.
Bake beef and pork roasts in oven adding ... chunks and add all other ingredients and cook on top of stove for 2 or 3 hours to shred. This freezes well.
Pressure pork 15 minutes per pound, covered in water. Pressure chicken 15 minutes. Mix together and simmer. Use juice from pork, but drain the vegetables.
Boil Boston butt until tender; drain ... ingredients in Dutch oven and heat well. Add pork and cook on low heat for several hours until meat is well shredded.
Season meat with ... on size of roast. The last ... water, if needed. Gravy may be made by thickening the stock, and seasoning to taste with salt and pepper.
Cut pork roast in half and ... other ingredients. Pour in Italian dressing. Slow cook in roasting pan at 250 to 300°F for 3 1/2 hours. Serves 5 to 9.
Fill pan with ... Mix rice with pork; mix in ... meatballs to remove excess flour, then add to sauerkraut and cook for 3 hours. Serve with mashed potatoes.
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