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San Tan Valley, Arizona
I shouldn't be this hungry for dinner at 8 am, but OH WELL!
San Tan Valley, Arizona
Joined: Feb 11, 2007
Birthday: Oct 26
"Carolina Style Pulled Pork Sandwich
Our crock pot cooks a little on the fast side, even on low. What temperature in the oven would you suggest?
(I shouldn't be this hungry for pulled pork at 8:16 in the morning, but OH WELL!) :D"
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Married to a lovely woman now for the last 20 years. The wife and I moved to AZ in 2004 from the wine country in Riverside County, CA. Lots more open spaces, lots more open skies, and a severe deficit in local wines. We make do. Our back patio faces south. Perfect for enjoying the new shipment at sunset.
My wife and I like it all. Cajun/Southern, Italian, Mexican and most any other cuisines. The weekends are made for BBQ. We have two: weber kettle(charcoal/wood) from Fater's Day 1996 and still going strong and a gas smoker (like the best Xmas present ever)!