Pulled pork in a couple days by rhoing

Pulled pork in a couple days

Too big for my countertop container, so I had to resort to a picnic cooler … and still had to cut the roast into two pieces. It'll cook this way at 165°F for 48 hours. Our good friend Jeanne grew up a farmgirl, and her family still runs a pig farm a couple hours away. Her birthday is this week and since we still can't have her and Raymond here for a nice dinner, we're taking a "down payment" to their house. We're doing a comfort food sort of theme: pulled pork sandwiches (Clare is making the home-made buns), a bottle of 17th Street Barbecue Sauce, all-day crock pot baked beans, a couple bottles of beer and pineapple-upside cake.

We're also sharing some of the pulled pork with our good friend Bobbie. This is going to be a lot of meat!

Looking back
  1 year ago: “Birthday celebration” (Here's Jeanne)
 2 years ago: No post
 3 years ago: “How did this even get here? [Filler]”
 4 years ago: “I had such high hopes for this one…”
 5 years ago: “Sam”
 6 years ago: “My first significant retirement ‘yes’…”
 7 years ago: “Jewel orchid”
 8 years ago: “More wood furniture”
 9 years ago: “I miss Sandy!”
10 years ago: “Empty Chairs at Empty Tables”

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That's amazing! Sounds like a great dinner and such a nice thing to do.
March 18th, 2021  
oh wow, thats a lot of meat!
March 19th, 2021  
Is it ready yet? :- )
March 20th, 2021  
@thewatersphotos It. Was. Delicious! :)
March 20th, 2021  
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