Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich last
night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to meld
flavors.



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that sounds nice, my mom often made us beef brisket like this for school
lunch, i could have got so much food for it... but i refused to trade. Lee

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After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich last
night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to meld
flavors.



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vex wrote:
After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich
last night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to
meld flavors.


Yup. And the same with brisket. leftover bbq make wonderful sandwich
spreads.

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you, and to hear the lamentation of the women." -- Conan


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On Fri, 18 Sep 2009 09:24:07 -0700, "vex" wrote:

After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich last
night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to meld
flavors.


Cool.

I took some leftover pulled pork and used in to make Lo Mein the other
day. Outstanding!

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Nunya Bidnits wrote:
vex said:
After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich
last night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to
meld flavors.


Sounds good, what proportions on the mayo and mustard?


I used mostly mayo, I'd say 4:1.



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Gene wrote:
On Fri, 18 Sep 2009 09:24:07 -0700, "vex" wrote:

After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich last
night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to meld
flavors.


Cool.

I took some leftover pulled pork and used in to make Lo Mein the other
day. Outstanding!



I make machaca with mine, too. But it's not dried first, so no
reconstituting is necessary.


--Brett
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On 18-Sep-2009, "vex" wrote:

After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich last
night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to meld
flavors.

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--Brett


Mix pulled pork with salsa, sauteed onions and cheese.Wrap with tortilla
of your choice (I used large size flour tortilla) and nuke a few seconds to
get it good and hot. Beats the hell out of popcorn for a late night snack.

Sub refried beans for the salsa and do it again. Variations are endless.

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Nunya Bidnits wrote:
vex said:
After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a
sandwich
last night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with
it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several
hours to
meld flavors.


Sounds good, what proportions on the mayo and mustard?


I used mostly mayo, I'd say 4:1.


Home made "anything" is usually best. However, I again want to
mention that if you want something great and are in a hurry, keep
a jar of Marzetti's Original Slaw Dressing in the ice box. Of
course, it makes very good slaw with just the addition of cabbage.
However, I've also used it to dress up the flavor of potato salad,
have used it in tuna salad and of course have used it right out of
the bottle on pulled pork. The stuff is as versatile as
mayonnaise, but with a much more intense flavor.

One little experiment I plan in the future is to see what some
fresh crushed Tarragon, might be like added to the Marzetti's and
used as a little dab of sauce beside a steak.

For salmon and tuna steaks, though, nothing beats ginger butter, I
feel. We make it up a stick of butter at a time, storing it in a
ceramic bowl that can be reheated if desired.
(all measurements are approximate)
Stick of butter
1-1/2 tbsp pickled ginger, drained and crushed in a garlic crusher
clove garlic, crushed
1/2 tsp white pepper
1/2 tsp Worcestershire
1/2-1 tsp salt to taste

It can be served as a warm sauce on the plate OR from the
refrigerator scooped out with a melon ball scoop and placed on top
of the grilled salmon/tuna.

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On 18-Sep-2009, "Dave Bugg" wrote:

vex wrote:
After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich
last night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to
meld flavors.


Yup. And the same with brisket. leftover bbq make wonderful sandwich
spreads.

--
Dave


Also, tacos, burritos,enchiladas, empanadas, tostadas and even a killer
calzone. When you get real desperate, mix it with onions, potatoes and
a little garlic for real good hash.

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"vex" wrote in :

After watching my wife whip up a batch of tuna salad for a sandwich last
night, the lightbulb came on.

I made up some pulled pork salad and just made a sandwich with it.
Outstanding!

Mayo
Guldens brown mustard
sweet pickles
sea salt

Mix with pulled pork to desired flavor and rest for several hours to meld
flavors.



Here in flyer over Minnesota we take some great smoked pulled pork a can of
mushroom soup some noodles and some of your faviorite rub and maka great
hotdish for church socials!


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I support the burrito-soft taco venture for the burnt ends.

"Tacos de carbon" I've heard/ate them so said.

-Zz
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On Fri, 18 Sep 2009 22:38:23 GMT, "Brick"
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Yup. And the same with brisket. leftover bbq make wonderful sandwich
spreads.


Also, tacos, burritos,enchiladas, empanadas, tostadas and even a killer
calzone. When you get real desperate, mix it with onions, potatoes and
a little garlic for real good hash.


The hash doesn't sound like one needs to be desperate in order to want
it.

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On 21-Sep-2009, Denny Wheeler wrote:

On Fri, 18 Sep 2009 22:38:23 GMT, "Brick"
wrote:

Yup. And the same with brisket. leftover bbq make wonderful sandwich
spreads.


Also, tacos, burritos,enchiladas, empanadas, tostadas and even a killer
calzone. When you get real desperate, mix it with onions, potatoes and
a little garlic for real good hash.


The hash doesn't sound like one needs to be desperate in order to want
it.

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-denny-


You're right denny. But, you know; hash I make from fresh ingredients
is just never as good as hash made from leftovers. The one exception
might be hash made from freshly made corned beef and new potatoes.
But, that's kind of a special deal.

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