Saturday, August 29, 2009

Smoked Pulled Pork

I made this for dinner's a more of a technique than a recipe..the long slow cooking process results in a delicious,tender,smokey,sweet and most of all cheap cut of meat..the one in the pictures was about ten dollars..well anyway here is the marinade/mop recipe..i'll post the rub and sauce later as their own post

1 can pineapple juice concentrate
3 tbls worcestershire sauce
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 cup red wine vinegar
3 tbls each salt,white pepper,onion powder,garlic powder
1/4 paprika
1 cup vegetable oil

throw everything except oil in a blender,pulse then slowly add oil while blender is running,blend until thick,reserve 1/3 for mopping,add the rest to a ziploc bag and rest overnight..the next morning remove meat from marinade and pat dry..rub meat well with your favorite rub,prepare a smoker to 225 degrees,smoke meat for about 1 1/2 hours per pound or until the internal temp on the meat has reached 180 at least it will not hurt to take it as high as 195..when temp has been reached rest meat for twenty it's ready..pop on some gloves and pull meat into bite sized with your favorite sauce...MMM!good

the rubPhotobucket

this is the meat after marinatingPhotobucket

just startingPhotobucket

first mop two hours inPhotobucket

almost donePhotobucket

here is a slider style sandwich on king's hawaiian rollsPhotobucket

Friday, August 28, 2009

World's Hottest Pepper(Bhut Jolokia)

A good friend of mine grows many types of peppers from exotic such as these all the way down to bell peppers..let me tell you first hand these things are no joke..for example a lot of people are under the impression that habenero are the hottest...Wrong!...habs are rated at between 250,000 and 350,00 on the scoville scale...Bhut Jolokia are rated at over 1,000,000!..they burn for a good 20 minutes or so...and the same on the other end too!...Watch out! Photobucket Photobucket

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Well I finally did it! is my first post..Let me start by introducing myself my name is Matt Dalton and i love food with a passion..yesterday i cooked baby back ribs for over a hundred people here are some of the pics that were taken...anyway all of my friends over at bakespace inspired me to get this blog out here it is!Photobucket