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Pig's Feet

FritzFritz Posts: 179
edited 4:57AM in EggHead Forum
Anybody got a good BGE or BBQ recipe for this?[p]Fritz
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  • GloriaGloria Posts: 161
    Fritz,
    I cook them in a sand pot in sweet vinegar which I find at an Oriental market. I usually parboil them about 30 minutes, remove them from the water, put in sand pot with vinegar and cook them at around 325° until they practically fall off the bones. You could do all this on the Egg of course.

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  • CaneyCaney Posts: 36
    Fritz,[p]The only way to go is pickled. With a few cold beers of course........

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