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@SmokeyPitt - I found the onions to be too sweet.
@Charlie_tuna - you have to go light on the smoke and use a lighter smoking wood like apple or cherry as ground beef absorbs smoke like a sponge.
@Skiddymarker - nope on the mac. The meatloaf was 2 lbs of 80/20 with 3 eggs, panko bread crumbs (a first for me) and a bunch of spices and other stuff. Not sure on when the picture was taken on the egg, if that was right when it went on or later. I tired looking at the properties of the photo, but then realized the time on my camera must be off.
@caliking - I think it was more of a flavor thing. It did seem a bit dry even though it wasn't overcooked. I don't think you can use the old version of photobucket and still use the editor anymore. Can't crop and adjust pictures, at least I couldn't.
Just in case I was totally wrong, I did bring a few slices with me to work. I'm about to go retaste them. Maybe I was being a bit too harsh on it.
***Disclaimer - NO alcoholic beverages were consumed during this cook. :) ***
When was it originally aired. Bet its an old show.
I went rooting in the freezer the other night in order to plan some meals for the near future and I found a bag of pulled pork (actually found 3 bags) that I had done awhile back. Didn't feel like pulled pork sandwiches, but nachos sounded good.
First step, make some pico de gallo (no, I didn't use all the peppers and only 1/4 of the onion)
Dice it up all nice and fine
Time to build the nachos. Cheese was a mixture of Oaxaca, Chihuahua and some cheddar cheese. Also used some Hatch enchilada sauce.
Couple minutes under the broiler, guess I could have used the Egg, but I was trying to whip up the meal quick like. Topped it with some pico, sour cream and a bit of home-made quacamole on the side.
Nothing fancy or special, but a great way to use leftover pulled pork instead of just sandwiches. I think I'm gonna try some eggrolls with that next package....