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    Zwiefel,

    Next time you make a pork roast like that, make pork tacos out of it. I did the same thing about 4 months ago and it turned out amazing, I toasted some quality corn tortillas in a cast iron skillet, and then placed the super tender pork on the tortilla. Next, I added some queso fresco, fresh cilantro, and a simple salsa of thinly sliced red onion and habanero with lime juice and topped it off with bits of the crunchy skin for the best damn taco I had ever eaten.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Zwiefel,

    Next time you make a pork roast like that, make pork tacos out of it. I did the same thing about 4 months ago and it turned out amazing, I toasted some quality corn tortillas in a cast iron skillet, and then placed the super tender pork on the tortilla. Next, I added some queso fresco, fresh cilantro, and a simple salsa of thinly sliced red onion and habanero with lime juice and topped it off with bits of the crunchy skin for the best damn taco I had ever eaten.
    Brilliant idea! I know what I'm doing with the leftovers now...thanks StereoPete!
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    Roasted ribeye for roast beef Sammy special this week. Technically I roasted it yesterday, easie to slice when cooled ya know... The 12" K-Sab chefs turned slicer made short work of this beast





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    Correction ^^ eye round, not ribeye. Been a busy Monday, lol
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    We have company and it was 62 yesterday so I took a venison rump roast and made a bacon weave then slow cooked it on the grill with a drip pan over indirect heat. It was delicious!

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    Here are the picsit wouldn't upload all of them for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    After it finished roasting, peeled the skin off in one layer:



    That's a loaner Carter at the top....from a Morocco-bound forum member. Slice the skin up into small bite-sized pieces:
    [IMG]http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8349/8177181557_041d148bd1_z.jpg[/IMG

    And chunk up the rest into bite-sized pieces:


    It was super moist and tender....bit on the bland side though....will need to investigate a sauce for service next time. Satisfactory for a first attempt though.
    First of all, this thread is getting too amazing for me. I don't know if I can keep up with you guys

    And I think I recognize that blade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    First of all, this thread is getting too amazing for me. I don't know if I can keep up with you guys

    And I think I recognize that blade...

    k.
    the pork was super easy...surprisingly easy, actually. (did you get a PM from me? had a couple of quirks with PMs and not sure you received.)

    Oh, and had pork tacos for dinner last night and lunch today made from the leftovers...brilliant idea. This is going to happen again.
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    Don't forget Cuban sandwiches with the leftovers next time--pork, ham, pickle, mustard, & swiss cheese on a crusty roll. YUM!
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