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Choir party

CecilCecil Posts: 771
edited 5:09AM in EggHead Forum
I hate to ask a vague, open-ended question like this.

Last year in Nov. I had my choir over for Brunswick Stew, wine and outdoor fire. We had just done a special service and had a great time.

This year on Oct. 12 we are having another evening service and, of course, they are asking if they can come over.

I need to make something that can hold for 2-3 hours or be reheated. Sounds like pulled pork. I am looking for something a little different, as Brunswick stew made quite a splash- few had heard of it.

We are rolling the dice with weather, could be warm, hopefully cool enough for an outdoor fire.

Any thoughts are welcomed.

Thanks,
Walt

Comments

  • vidalia1vidalia1 Posts: 7,092
    Pulled pork & Keri's Apple Blues Hog Beans are always a hit...also use peaches instead of apples.... :laugh:
  • Grandpas GrubGrandpas Grub Posts: 14,226
    Cecil,

    Ping Broc, he does a lot of cooking for large groups and at times for his church members. He usually cooks port loin or port tenderloin and seems to get great reviews.

    What is surprising to me he does this all on his medium.

    GG
  • CecilCecil Posts: 771
    wow, sounds like Broc has things well planned out. I will try to email him for suggestions.

    Walt
  • JeffersonianJeffersonian Posts: 4,244
    I did a couple of butts for my church, too, and it was the hit of the potluck.
  • Sounds like you made your mark with the Brunswick Stew. Why not make it your Fall signature choir gathering treat? You could make some pulled pork, or even ribs ahead to be served with your Brunswick Stew. I have friends who think my Brunswick Stew is a family secret--and they love it.
  • CecilCecil Posts: 771
    That is a good idea, everyone loved it. I guess I was just wanting to try something new.

    Walt
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