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Thanks for the Help & Merry Christmas!

NilsNils Posts: 82
edited 1:07AM in EggHead Forum
My wife already suspected I was a little off, but when she came home from shopping last weekend and found 30 pounds of raw pork in the refrigerator, all suspicions were removed!

I had four butts in the fridge - two were for pulled pork for a potluck at work yesterday (it was all gone in 15 minutes, not sure why it took so long!) the other two are curing for buckboard bacon.

Lots of great advice and help from many people here, just wanted to say thanks one more time before I dissapear for a few weeks!

I asked Santa for a grill extender and a Digi-Q, so I'll find out if I've been naughty or nice this year :whistle:

Happy Holidays everyone!

Oh, and on being a little bit off; Hunter S. Thompson probably said it best, "The only people who know where the edge is, have already gone over it"


  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    Hi Nils! Hope you have been good! toys for the egg are special! And as far as being a little "off" it is part of the requirement for owning an egg :)Let us know how the bacon comes out? I have not tried that and it sure looks good from what everyone has posted. Julie
  • NilsNils Posts: 82
    I made "Canadian" style bacon out of a whole tenderloin before Thanksgiving - it didn't last more than three days once I got it near my family! So figured 15 pounds of pork butt ought to last at least a few more days at Christmas!

    It really was easy - just followed thirdeye's webstructions.
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