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April 24, 2009

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jeff

Stopped reading when I saw Yankee fan. Die hard Cubby fan over here :-)

Pulled pork has an endless list of possibilities.

One of my favorite for leftover pulled pork is mix with cream cheese and other cheeses and shove into a jalapeno, wrap with bacon, and grill or smoke.

Nice double use of the tangine. Want to pick one up but I hate having something that I would rarely use laying around my already cluttered kitchen.

Chris

I'm sorry.....did you say "omit the pork"? What kind of sick, twisted, alternate universe have I landed in? (ha ha)

Fearless Kitchen

Chris - after our little Porkfest, I'll admit that I'll be perfectly happy if I never have to see a pig product again. :) I'm sure I'll get over it eventually...

Jeff - I like watching the Cubs sometimes. Especially now that they have Pinella! Did you get to see any of the exhibition games between the Cubs and the Yanks at the new stadium? Pick up the tagine - yes, it's bulky, but you'll find all kinds of uses for it. I like your pulled pork leftover ideas too!

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One of my favorite for leftover pulled pork is mix with cream cheese and other cheeses and shove into a jalapeno, wrap with bacon, and grill or smoke.

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