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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2011-12-17 10:18 pm   Permalink

Second pig came off perfectly, I had dressed it up a little better with some banana leaves underneath, some cherries, and a lei around the neck. I replaced the picture above of the finished pig with a new and improved one.
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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2016-09-15 09:55 am   Permalink

From another thread...


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On 2016-09-12 15:06, mmaurice wrote:
Particulars:

I have a RecTec 680. http://www.rectecgrills.com/ Its a pellet grill. Meaning it is wood fired and has real smoke.

Our little girl there is a ~50lb suckling pig from the market. If you are in Atlanta, Buford Highway Farmers Market to be exact. Not the cheapest cut of meat in the world. $5.99/lb prepped and dressed, ready to cook.

Fire up the grill to 275. Nice thing about the RecTec is you set it at 275 like an oven and forget about it.

We did a brine mixture and injected everywhere. The little girl plumped up. Then a heavy coat of kosher salt and store bought BBQ rub. Flip her over and more salt and rub on the skin.

She went in the grill cavity side down and we cooked it until the hams were ~150.

Gloves on, put her on the table and start pulling out bones and pulling out the meat. We put the shoulders back on for another hour or so. The meat we pulled, wrapped in foil and put in the oven to hold at 140 until serving time.

When the shoulders got to 190 we pulled them and put in the over and held until time to eat.

Pulled it all out, shredded it up and served with Hawaiian rolls, sauce, potato salad, coleslaw and Veggie Fried Rice.

Huge hit. Everybody loved it. Of course it could have been the 7 cocktails on the menu that had then in a state where they would have eaten anything.



 
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