My Pizza and Pulled pork NYE Feast

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  1. sgtraven

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    This time around it cooked for 17 hours up to 185F @ 225F
    fell apart when i pulled it off the bbq :)
    the Pizza will be cooked fresh tomorrow so stay tuned for the pictures :)

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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    NYE pulled pork by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
     
  2. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    I'm drooling after seeing the pics, and so is my dog.

    Looks mouthwatering :thumbup:
     
  3. lench

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    gat damn... im gonna have to try making this again.

    ever tried pulled pork nachos? ;)
     
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    brett that looks awesome. wish i was at your place for NYE
     
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    SUCCESS!!!

    also, i got down on one knee that night and asked the missus to marry me (she said yes)

    so, the theme was 60's-70's dressup hence the tash (we dont have a pool but i was there to clean it)
    the pulled pork was a hit as was the home made pizza!!

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    NYE bbq by Brett Robinson, on Flickr
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    Congrats on the engagment.

    Do you add the pan juices back to the pork? I did 2 pieces of pork scotch for my side of the family xmas gathering, 14 hours and it was great but it could of been a bit moister.
     
  7. scon

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    Congrats Brett - great work man!

    The food looks great also - I've tried doing pizza on a weber but it just doesn't work. Have promised to build a pizza oven in our backyard sometime soon* though.


    *may not actually be all that soon.
     
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    Congrats on your engagement, dude!
     
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    Congrats on apprentice missus, pizza and pork mate!
     
  10. wellcookedegg

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    that pulled pork looks amazing, how many kg's did you use and what did you pay per kilo if you don't mind me asking..?

    i did similar this year for christmas with a 3kg slab in our steam oven,

    brined the pork overnight in a salt + water + dry rub + bay leaf mix,

    dry rub consisted of (off the top of my head)

    1. onion powder
    2. red cayenne powder
    3. garlic powder
    4. brown sugar
    5. paprika
    6. chilli powder
    7. salt
    8. pepper

    in the oven cooked it for 8 hours i think, until the very centre of the thickest part of meat hit 100deg celsius,

    accompanied it with a home made jack daniels BBQ sauce.

    our family will never go back to any other kind of pork :)

    no photo's, so disappointed at myself, it was 4am mind you..

    i was expecting the pork to take 12 hours (8pm til 8am) but the oven started beeping at 4am telling me that it had hit 100deg,

    pulled the pork at 4am :weirdo:

    pun intended
     
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    4kg at $10 per kg
     
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    mate, better off with a 30kg fresh wild pig. flesh is a little bit darker, but taste in the meat is so much better then white pig from the butchers
     
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    cant say they are readily available around my area....
     
  14. OldnBold

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    Late to this but grats on the engagement mate .. oh and the food looks edible too :thumbup:
     
  15. sjobeck

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    Well done on the engagement

    I thought you were going to make a pulled pork pizza!
     
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    sammy_b0i Laugh it up, fuzzball!

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