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    Was in the mood for some for some Ramen and did not feel like going out. Not Traditional, but made due with what I had on hand.

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    From my tasting menu:
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    Laugh away pastry chefs...laugh away...

    Second time I made a genoise cake.This one was for my wifes birthday a few weeks back. Dark chocolate frosting, grape-rhubarb jam filling. I guess I didn't progress much after the 3rd grade.
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    It looks cool to me

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    Couple slabs of butt rubbed with achiote smoked for 4.5 hrs with hickory and apple.
    From there they got mopped with a vinegar based guajillo and piquillo bbq sauce.
    Going to spend the next 24ish hrs in the bath at 155.
    It's my first time doing pulled pork this way so if it turns out well I'll post pics but if not forget this post ever happened haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TamanegiKin View Post
    Couple slabs of butt rubbed with achiote smoked for 4.5 hrs with hickory and apple.
    From there they got mopped with a vinegar based guajillo and piquillo bbq sauce.
    Going to spend the next 24ish hrs in the bath at 155.
    It's my first time doing pulled pork this way so if it turns out well I'll post pics but if not forget this post ever happened haha.
    Dude, that looks great. Ive never sous vide after smoking. Only month deep into it though.
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    Thanks, I'm also just getting started. Just picked up an offset smoker and a sous vide set up.
    This was my first smoke after a couple dry runs to get it seasoned up.
    I'm pretty pleased with the way this turned out for my first go at it.
    Pork was very juicy and the texture was really nice.
    I ran to the store to grab some sweet buns but unfortunately they were out so I settled for the next best thing...tortillas lol. I put a quick little slaw of compressed jicama, apple and fresno peppers.
    Was pretty tasty.
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    That pork looks glorious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    That pork looks glorious!
    Thanks Peter,
    I just got about 5# of freshly ground achiote from my aunt in Nicaragua.
    I'm really looking forward to doing a whole lot of cochinita in the smoker.

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