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Default Pulled Pork - Saturday

My wife was away, so she left me and my son to fend for ourselves...so on Saturday morning I put some pork in with 1 dry rub and 1 wet rub, results were fantastic!

Saturday lunch.


Then while it was cooling, we baked some multi grain bread.

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Bread looks fantastic! I know your post was form January but have you baked anymore bread? The wet-rubbed pork looks great too. Makes a great meal.

I think we all underestimate how easy it is to roast a chunk of pork in our ovens at medium to low temps and that we should do it more often.
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Old 03-27-2014, 08:10 AM
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Dino,

We have been trying other food, we will be back on bread next week, when the master chef is home - my son!

Yes, we like trying different foods in the WFO.

Graham

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Bread looks fantastic! I know your post was form January but have you baked anymore bread? The wet-rubbed pork looks great too. Makes a great meal.

I think we all underestimate how easy it is to roast a chunk of pork in our ovens at medium to low temps and that we should do it more often.
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