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Discussion in 'Pork' started by joed617, Aug 4, 2006.
This is sinful
Needs a pickle on side.
All good sammie needs a pickle on the side, and a bag of BBQ chips. Either a beer, or a Iced Tea.
You killed it.
Your sandwich was attacked by the Evil Slawman!
Looks good Joe, but I'm not big on Tennessee style. But to each his own, right?
It does look fantastic! I love slaw on my pork sammie. And, hey, is that an empty glass of beer or tea I see there in the upper right..? Nice lookin' food.
I'm outta beer, I drank it all when I did the smoke. The kid ate the pickles and the chips lastnight. I'm in rough shape, I need to go shopping.
Bill, I only killed the top and you can scrape it off with your hand like they do at all those fancy sit down restraunts <laugh>.. I like it both ways with or without the slaw, depends on my mood if I make the slaw or not. Next one will be without the slaw.
Hi Mack, No that wasn't a glass of beer on the side, I'm still drinking from the bottle. I think it was the kids glass that got in the pic. next week is bacon.
I was going to warn you about Bill and the SLAWMAN :evil: , but he beat me to the post. LOL.
I like'm any old way you make it personally. 8)
Same here, just gimmie the food and I'll eat it. "Get in my Belly"
Looks like he did beat ya too it.. I'll know better next time ..
Looks good Joe!! What I need is a good sauce recipe for slaw that isn't all watery. And I'll take a sammich with slaw on top AND on the side. :mrgreen:
Dutch this is my recipe ....
1 cup of mayo
splash of apple cider vinegar <enough to thin the mayo>
1 tsp of sugar
1tsp of celery seed
The thing for a thicker slaw is mix it very dry, I use the above for 1 good size head of cabbage. If it looks dry wait awhile because the vinegar will break down the cabbage some.