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Pulled pork

jackiejackie Posts: 21
edited 10:22AM in EggHead Forum
Has anyone ever thought of having a both that goes from affair to affair and sell sandwiches?Would it make money the egg would not keep up I think or just a pipe dream?


  • yaByaB Posts: 137
    Jackie,[p]Please define "thought of" and "affair".[p]Bob
  • yaB,
    Yes I guess it sounds strange but I was thinking (witch is always bad)that a person or persons could really make good money offering pulled pork to the public. Yes I know the restrurants do already but have you ever had a good pulled pork sandwich from a restrurant? I wanted a way to show the northern half of the country how good pulled pork can be,it would replace brats/no I do not think so but it would come in second. The best sandwich in the world may be on the egg as I speak I have on 7.67LBS of chuck roast and it is 225 and ramping as I type. Love is grand and so is the egg the diffrence is the egg is garrenteed forever. I used to think nothing was forever but the egg has opened a new window of hope my wife is still my first love but the egg is right up there if she leaves.Do what ever to me but do not ,do not touch my eggggggggggggg!!!!!!!!! :) Happy cooking

  • yaByaB Posts: 137
    I hear what you're saying, as the saying goes, but you'll need to be prepared to deal with the state and local public health folks, tax folks, business licensing folks, and all manner of other folks, including the folks known as "customers", who are not always as nice as one might like them to be. If you're traveling from city to city, county to county and/or state to state, the complicating factors do *not* decrease in number.[p]There was a more detailed discussion of this recurring dream a few weeks ago as I recall, so a check of the archives might yield some useful insights.[p]Bob

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