We hope you all got to celebrate those tasty food holidays last week, we sure enjoyed them! We are even more excited about the beginning of fall, for so many reasons, but mainly for experiencing the cool, crisp air while being outside cooking up the best recipes the season has to offer. We especially love these Beer Pork Tenderloin and Ground Beef Acorn Squash recipes! Fall is upon us, and it's a great time for getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here
Hmm.. I don't know a recipe, but my mom always soaked the beans overnight, and then started cooking the next day. However, she used fat back/side meat/ham bone to season (and s&p of course), and that just does not gel with your diet.
My method is similar...
#peeps x 5.6 / 16oz's = product
product/.6 (60%) = total product
Little easier your way, but if if you round to next pound up they are nearly the same. I come out to be 10.5lbs instead of 10.
Didn't blanch them.
Take new potatoes
Place in bowl (dried)
Coat with canola oil
Season w/ salt, pepper, and fresh garlic
Wrap bacon around each potato. Skewer with toothpick.
Cooked around 400°.
I placed the potatoes around the perimeter of t…
Reverse sear a whole pork loin. Make a nice rub/crust (what ever is your favorite). It is a quick cook too! Take it to about 120°, rest, sear the outside till 145°. Slice and enjoy. You can add potatoes in there as well. Bacon wrapped new red …
There is no telling, he probably paid what the dealer quoted him, or he is running them as a sponsor and he was gifted one. There is a nice dealer in Mooresville, where he lives and where his shops are.
Is Snapseed available for Apple folks? It is a great program to use for mobile phones.
As other eluded, steadiness helps. On Samsung phones it is nice to tell the phone to take pictures because just simply taking one hand off to tap the phone in…
Looks great! What sauce recipe or bought brand did you use.
Jim's Own Sauce in Cary, NC have an Eastern NC vinegar sauce that I like. Well, I like all their sauces actually. Plus, made right here in good ol NC!
I fully agree with @SGH with foil. I am not a fan of foil nor ever will be. Foil I feel compromises the bark/fat and I am just not down with that (dang, I rhymed). To each their own here. If one is cooking a butt, and hit a big stall, push the t…
Personally, I don't think you need that much, but if you want a lot of leftovers then you should be good.
For 50 people you should only need about 30-35 lbs of product (if you have sides). That way you can buy three big butts to meet your needs i…