Who doesn’t love a juicy bun stuffed with some delicious tasting, juicy pulled pork inside? All you BBQ lovers know exactly why this preparation of pork has reached the legendary title and earned it’s place in the KCBS competition. All of us searching for that […]
Should you consider using a gas grill? It’s still a dangerous subject on BBQ fora. Even among my friends I noticed there wasn’t much enthousiasm when I told them I was going to test a gas grill. Offcourse they were happy a brand did contact […]
Curing your meat is a very good strategy to influence the cooking process! Not only does it affect the texture of the meat it also makes the meat tastefull and easier to preserve the meat. Moreover it helps to catch some delicious smoke taste when grilling or smoking the meat. Enough reasons to try this Oriental Dry cure.
As mentioned in my last post on “Tjop’s pop-up” (dutch only) I was blown away by the salmon we got served over there. In my attempt to make something similar, the idea for this recipe was born. Smoked sweet lemon pepper salmon. The salmon was brined […]
Project Smoke, the latest book by Pitmaster Steven Raichlen was delivered to me by Gereon from the dutch blog Gereons keuken thuis. He got the book that was published in may for a review on his blog. Since he’s cooking on an appartment he asked me to write a guest post about it for his blog about the book. The “North Carolina Pulled Pork” is one of the classic recipes in this book besides some pretty creative ones. Find out more about the North Carolina Pulled Pork further in this post. First some things about the book.
Making Pulled Pork!
Finnally I managed to make some Pulled Pork! About 5 years ago when I was looking at some great BBQ sites I heard about this recipe for the first time. It triggered me immediately. For several reasons I did not manage to make the Pulled Pork. Up till now. Update: You might also be interested in the “North Carolina Pulled Pork“.