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The Prices               Hunk of pork shoulder:   $5.36 Black beans:                 $0.69 Avocado:                       $0.77 Green onions:                $0.50     Total:                            $7.32   Pantry stuff:       The Procedure     The hunk of pork shoulder was seasoned well with HoosierQ Rib Rub.     The cast iron skillet was then covered tightly with aluminum foil and placed in a 275 F oven for about 3 hours while I worked...
  Shucks. It is a month later and we are looking at just over 50% weight loss. That's too much, very dry and hard. But those thin slivers are quite tasty. Will certainly try round 2 and check it at about 30 - 35% loss.   mjb.
Ducks like them:     In other uses, the bagel shop on the corner has a big thing of ice water available, which usually has slices of lemon and cukes in it. The cucumber adds a nice touch.   mjb.
This thread made me realize how little I use mustard. Powder in my Q sauce, a squirt in HoosierQ Pig Sauce, and some on the occasional sandwich.   I should probably expand my use of the seasoning.  Oh, mustard seeds in some of my fermetend pickle products, does that count?   mjb.
Love ziti. Not so much as a pasta, but as a scoring opportunity in Scrabble like word games.   mjb.
The Bagel Project on the corner of my block offers the "Little Italy" bagel which consists of house made mozzarella, house made pesto, house made balsamic glaze, fresh basil and a tomato slice. One of my favorites. Wonder if they'll tell me any details about the glaze?   mjb.
Not personally a big dessert eater, but that sure looks like a contender to me!   mjb.
 Depending on any seasoning used, a good pinch or two of grated parm is a nice touch.
Nice! I've never done that much, just a few 3 - 5 pound hunks, treating like brisket. Definitely good for BBQ sammies.   mjb.
And if you noticed I only used half the corn and half the bell pepper. Another chicken breast for a couple of bucks and I could have gotten 4 tasty servings at less than 2 bucks a plate. And in case you were wondering, I put some fresh squeezed lemon juice on the chicken while it was cooking, failed to mention that in the original post.    mjb.
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