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Old 12-28-2013, 06:37 AM   #1
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Ringing in the New Year

Thanks to a fellow forum member we at the Coreseller abode will be ringing in the New Year in a traditional and tasty manner. Pork Roast in Crock Pot, shred then adorn with hot for me please........

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Old 12-30-2013, 04:10 PM   #2
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Our New Year's Eve tradition:

Filet mignon - Prime (restaurant quality)
Potatoes Dauphinoise (back in the day the great chefs named their creations for their girlfriend/mistress)
Fresh veggies (whatever the missus has in mind, she's good at that)
Her most excellent salad (and a great homemade dressing to boot)
A fine claret

We never last until the ball drops down, but that's OK, we make up for it in the morning.

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Thanks to a fellow forum member we at the Coreseller abode will be ringing in the New Year in a traditional and tasty manner. Pork Roast in Crock Pot, shred then adorn with hot for me please........

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Pork Roast is still in the crockpot JD, Gonna have some good eats later today!!!!
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Old 01-01-2014, 01:12 PM   #5
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Well, the wifey and 3 kids just finished the first dinner of 2014 with a taste test; Pulled Pork Barbeque that was cooked for over 30 hours. The 3 sauces used each applied in 3 different bowls during cooking; Montgomery Inn, Jack Daniels and Chubbys (Medium). It was unanimous; Chubbys.

Thanks for the sauce JD, we now know what we will be buying from here on out. To everyone else, Have a Great 2014 and may your Porsche drives be ever rewarding!!!!!!!

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