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On Nov 11, 12:14?pm, > wrote:
> Any suggestions on how to cook Barbacoa? Either pork or beef. I have heard
> of the pit method, but would prefer range top or in a roasting pan or
> electric slow roaster.


Do they still make those plastic oven roasting bags? I used them for
roast beef frequently when cheap cuts were only about $1.00 a pound,
but for some reason the price went way up. It's just as well, because
beef is so slow to digest.

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> Any suggestions on how to cook Barbacoa? Either pork or beef. I have
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> of the pit method, but would prefer range top or in a roasting pan or
> electric slow roaster.
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John, For me Barbacoa is BBQ or grilling. Pibil is pit cooking. What is
Barbacoa to you?


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Here are some barbacoa recipes , even some birria, the bad news is
that it is in spanish , use your translator of choice.

http://fogonrecetas.iespana.es/carne...a_al_horno.htm

Good luck.

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