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  1. #1
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Not the usual Easter ham

    I picked up a pork shoulder the other day at 89 cents/lb.
    Last night I made the cole slaw, and today the pulled pork
    using Tyler Florence's recipe.

    So good. Good thing the leftover pork freezes well because
    there is a lot still sitting there. Unfortunately, as good as it
    is, I'll never finish the cole slaw.

    nancy, stuffed

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    zxcvbob Guest

    Default Re: Not the usual Easter ham

    Nancy Young wrote:
    > I picked up a pork shoulder the other day at 89 cents/lb.
    > Last night I made the cole slaw, and today the pulled pork
    > using Tyler Florence's recipe.
    > So good. Good thing the leftover pork freezes well because
    > there is a lot still sitting there. Unfortunately, as good as it is,
    > I'll never finish the cole slaw.
    >
    > nancy, stuffed



    Can you rinse the dressing off some of the coleslaw and use the cabbage
    for some kind of Asian-ish stirfry? (I eat a lot of shredded cabbage
    cooked that way, but have never tried it with leftover coleslaw)

    Bob

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Not the usual Easter ham

    zxcvbob wrote:
    > Nancy Young wrote:


    >> there is a lot still sitting there. Unfortunately, as good as it is,
    >> I'll never finish the cole slaw.


    > Can you rinse the dressing off some of the coleslaw and use the
    > cabbage for some kind of Asian-ish stirfry? (I eat a lot of shredded
    > cabbage cooked that way, but have never tried it with leftover
    > coleslaw)


    There's an interesting thought, I never considered trying to use
    the slaw vegetables for anything else. Might happen, because
    even a small head of cabbage makes a lot of slaw.

    nancy

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Not the usual Easter ham

    On Sun, 12 Apr 2009 17:03:13 -0400, Nancy Young wrote:

    > zxcvbob wrote:
    >> Nancy Young wrote:

    >
    >>> there is a lot still sitting there. Unfortunately, as good as it is,
    >>> I'll never finish the cole slaw.

    >
    >> Can you rinse the dressing off some of the coleslaw and use the
    >> cabbage for some kind of Asian-ish stirfry? (I eat a lot of shredded
    >> cabbage cooked that way, but have never tried it with leftover
    >> coleslaw)

    >
    > There's an interesting thought, I never considered trying to use
    > the slaw vegetables for anything else. Might happen, because
    > even a small head of cabbage makes a lot of slaw.
    >
    > nancy


    use half the head for slaw and half (intact, it will keep a while) for
    something else - sweet and sour cabbage, maybe, or in a stir-fry. i can't
    imagine rinsed coleslaw being good for anything.

    your pal,
    blake

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    Kajikit Guest

    Default Re: Not the usual Easter ham

    On Sun, 12 Apr 2009 16:46:29 -0400, "Nancy Young"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I picked up a pork shoulder the other day at 89 cents/lb.
    >Last night I made the cole slaw, and today the pulled pork
    >using Tyler Florence's recipe.


    That's a great buy! My pulled pork shoulder was so well-received last
    week that I want to get another one and do it again... it was
    delicious and oh-so-easy. I love dinners that you just shove in the
    oven and forget about for hours on end!

  6. #6
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Not the usual Easter ham

    Kajikit wrote:
    > On Sun, 12 Apr 2009 16:46:29 -0400, "Nancy Young"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I picked up a pork shoulder the other day at 89 cents/lb.
    >> Last night I made the cole slaw, and today the pulled pork
    >> using Tyler Florence's recipe.

    >
    > That's a great buy!


    I thought so, too! Last year I was happy to get one for $1
    a pound. This one was 6.75 pounds, more or less, and came
    to precisely $6. What's not to like.

    >My pulled pork shoulder was so well-received last
    > week that I want to get another one and do it again... it was
    > delicious and oh-so-easy. I love dinners that you just shove in the
    > oven and forget about for hours on end!


    Same here, plus I was really happy to find out you could make
    this in the oven as I don't have a barbecue, just a gas grill. Comes
    out great.

    nancy

  7. #7
    JLA Guest

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    > GUEST wrote:
    > I picked up a pork shoulder the other day at 89 cents/lb.
    > Last night I made the cole slaw, and today the pulled pork
    > using Tyler Florence's recipe.
    >
    > So good. Good thing the leftover pork freezes well because
    > there is a lot still sitting there. Unfortunately, as good as it
    > is, I'll never finish the cole slaw.
    >
    > nancy, stuffed


    You wouldn't happen to have a link to that
    receipe would you? Sounds good.

    Thanks

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Not the usual Easter ham

    JLA wrote:
    >> GUEST wrote:
    >> I picked up a pork shoulder the other day at 89 cents/lb.
    >> Last night I made the cole slaw, and today the pulled pork
    >> using Tyler Florence's recipe.
    >>
    >> So good. Good thing the leftover pork freezes well because
    >> there is a lot still sitting there. Unfortunately, as good as it
    >> is, I'll never finish the cole slaw.
    >>
    >> nancy, stuffed

    >
    > You wouldn't happen to have a link to that
    > receipe would you? Sounds good.


    Sure. Here you go:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/t...ipe/index.html

    or

    http://tinyurl.com/cfte92

    nancy


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