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    Default Re: The 'IT ARE TIME' - Riaan van Wyk Memorial Thread

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    Awesome turnout boyz. Awesome chows. Awesome company

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    Im only starting now. Gonna do some proper Namibia steaks
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    Wors rolls at the river. First Saturday in a long time sun is shining
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    For interest. I used Wildfire charcoal briquettes. Namibian hard wood. I did have to top up some coals. A bag and a half was used over 12 hours. 1 bag initially and then 2 or 3 handfulls to finish.

    It burnt evenly and consistently without temperature spikes. Minion method was used. Very little vent intervention required for a change. Adjusted twice only.

    Pork shoulder hits 72 to 78c and then stalls. You need to wrap at that point to stop the stall and place back into the smoker to get it to the mid 90s. Collagen breaksdown at those temps and then the meat starts to fall apart.

    When the temp hits mid 90, remove and rest in a coolerbox. After an hour and a half it can be unwrapped and pulled by hand. No forks or claws needed.

    The skin was removed. If I was roasting I would have left it on but for BBQ its best to remove it so the fat cap can melt and baste the meat.

    The red sauce is 500ml of All Gold tomato and garlic pasta sous, 250ml apple juice, 125ml apple cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons woestersheshtershire sous ;-), some of the rub and brown sugar. The sugar amount is personal taste but you want a tangy sweetness. Heat slowly to disolve the sugar and remove from heat.

    Add in to the pulled meat and mix. Keep some for extra drizzling over.

    And thats it Boyz. Fall apart pulled pork.
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    See Estee is also on the pork train

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    Default Re: The 'IT ARE TIME' - Riaan van Wyk Memorial Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    Sekunjalo

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    Looks "lekker" Sean. Like finger licking "lekker"
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    See Estee is also on the pork train

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    Awesome meal Mickey.
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    Just did not get it together today. Very basic meal for us tonight. Wors, made by our church community this morning to raise funds for expenses, cooked in the round black thing in the kitchen with one knob, rice and gravy. As I said very simple meal tonight.
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    Default Re: The 'IT ARE TIME' - Riaan van Wyk Memorial Thread

    How do you foodie fundi's get the pork skin to "crackle" nicely without burning or going hard ?
    What is the secret ?
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    How do you foodie fundi's get the pork skin to "crackle" nicely without burning or going hard ?
    What is the secret ?
    Pour boiling water over it first. Has to be boiling. Salt and then skin facing heat source. That should do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1949 View Post
    How do you foodie fundi's get the pork skin to "crackle" nicely without burning or going hard ?
    What is the secret ?
    Oom Peter.
    Before I gooi the tjops on the fire I put salt on the fat. It makes it nice and crispy but I would also like to know how to make the skin soft and crispy if there is a way.
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    Cleaning the WSM. Temp from just standing in the sun. This is how I make my same day biltong, droewors and cabanossi.


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    Just did not get it together today. Very basic meal for us tonight. Wors, made by our church community this morning to raise funds for expenses, cooked in the round black thing in the kitchen with one knob, rice and gravy. As I said very simple meal tonight.
    K.ak man. Dis koningskos daai!
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    Gout forced me to whiskey.

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    It Are Time part 2

    Left over pulled pork sauted with red sauce on a bottled flame planchett.

    Cheers boyz

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    K.ak man. Dis koningskos daai!
    Yes Mandrels, you are absolutely right. Sometimes one needs to be reminded in life the simple things count more than the complicated.
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    Gout forced me to whiskey.

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    Is that Grouse I see in the back. My brother in law and I, when we manage a get together drink Black Grouse.
    Umm. Beer, preferable Windhoek, or Grouse. Now there is a dilemma.
    Shame bud sorry about the gout. It's not nice to get. Hope you get over it quickly.
    A second class ride is still better than a first class walk

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    Is that Grouse I see in the back. My brother in law and I, when we manage a get together drink Black Grouse.
    Umm. Beer, preferable Windhoek, or Grouse. Now there is a dilemma.
    Shame bud sorry about the gout. It's not nice to get. Hope you get over it quickly.
    I would love to say that it is, but unfortunately its a wine bottle holder.

    Its funny how the tastiest things in life give gout
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