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No smoking this weekend for me but still got to eat some PP in my "Porkachos" (pork nachos)

rbranstner

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Well I have been home sick the past 4 days so I haven't felt up to getting the smoker going. I wanted some BBQ so I went to my stash in the freezer and pulled out some PP and made a few sandwiches and then last night I didn't feel like cooking so I made up some of my favorite nachos "Porkachos". Chips, cheese, PP, lots of onion and anything else you like. I would have liked to add some black beans but didn't have any. Topped with a little sour cream and salsa and here is my supper. Sorry for the lame Qview post but I wanted to try out my new photo bucket app on my phone. Its kind of nice I can load them to photo bucket right from my phone and not have to load them to my computer first then to photo bucket.

Now if I only had some fresh guacamole to go along with the salsa and sour cream this really would have been awesome.



 

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Sorry to hear you're under the weather (if you can get any lower than the weather we've been having).

At least you're eating good stuff!

Get Well Soon,

Bear
 

rdknb

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that looks good, hope you feel better soon
 

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Hope you get better soon. I'm sure you will since  "Porkachos" are like chicken soup to the SMF group.
 

les3176

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feel better soon!!! love the pp nachos, they are one of my favorites!!!
 

dougmays

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what temp do you set the oven to to melt the cheese but not dry out the PP?
 

rbranstner

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what temp do you set the oven to to melt the cheese but not dry out the PP?

I just put it at 350 until the cheese is pretty much all melted and then I turn on the broiler until the cheese is brown then pull it out. In all its only in there 10-15 minutes depending on how much you are doing and how much cheese you put on it.
 

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Feeling any better there RB???

Bear
 

beer-b-q

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Looks Great, now all you need to do is get to feeling better...
 

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Hope ya get better, thank god for stashed smoke........meat. :)~
 

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