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Discussion in 'Pork' started by abokol, Mar 14, 2010.
Thanks for checking out my somke!
Are you using rotisserie components and a cordless drill to shred your pork?
If so, hats off for the idea!! I have never seen that....
That's what I was thinking also. Is that a meatloaf on there?
Yeah, rotisserie and cordless, shredded the meat in less than 5 seconds! I also had a pastrami on the top shelf of the smoker with some chicken/jalepeno sausage.
Great idea with the mechanised pork puller. Looks like it did a great job! to you for a great looking smoke and pork pulling idea.
You must be a farmer! My father in-law would come up with an idea like that. Thanks for the idea!
I knight thee Macgyver !!
Everything looks great. I am very hungry now.
WOW!!!! thats a great meal there, very impressive. i have yet to try those stuffed peppers wrapped in bacon, them look amazing.
Great looking PP. Now I need a dewalt PP shredder!
Great idea for the shredder!! Those ABT's look mighty good also!!
what temp did you take your pork to before pulling?
Awesome pork puller! Love the idea.
SMOKE ON DUDE !
Another great idea for "pulling" the pork is likely found in many kitchens.
I've heard that the Kitchenaide mixers with the dough hook do a really good job. Just chunk the meat up, drop it in, and turn it on low.
I haven't tried it myself yet because I recently heard about it, and this weekend when I did my PP my mixer bowl was dirty.
nice color on that pulled pork.
Id eat a bunch of that.
I wish there was a video of that rotisserie drill or of the kitchenaid version.
I usually am plenty beers deep when the pork shoulder comes off, and I hate pulling it
I'll try the mechanized puller, but my dog is going to be damn disappointed.
I 'll start a new thread of just teh shredder when i can and see if i can link a youtube video and some pics of it in action!!