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Cuban Pork Roast

I FA DATI FA DAT Posts: 553 Officer
Well my camera took a dive after hunting season so I haven't been recording my catches or dinners. My cell phone doesn't really take good pics so I'd thought I'd try the go pro on the still setting. I was a little hard without a view finder or flash but I took a few of a lazy Sunday meal.

First I went out an cut the Collard greens left over from the winter garden.

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Water, ham hocks, bacon, 1/2 an onion, 3 tablespoons bacon grease, salt, pepper vinegar, cut collards cook till ready.

The day before I bought a 6 lb boston butt and trimmed the fat cap off. Then I put it in a ziplock gallon bag with a whole bottle of Winn Dixie Mojo. Marinated for 24 hours.

Preheated the oven at 450 and cooked for 10 minutes then turned down to 325. Cook 30 minutes per pound.

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Besides Collards I made some yellow rice. Thanks Vigo. and black bean's from Bush's. :grin

Tried going out side for better light but not much better.

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Sorry about the funky pics. Going camera shopping.

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  • rbricklerbrickle Posts: 239 Officer
    You Da Man Trey. Great lookig chow.....
  • AbelmanAbelman Posts: 1,853 Captain
    Nice Job Trey!
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  • FlashFlash Posts: 11,211 AG
    Look great, although we have given up on Collards and are now doing Turnip and Kale greens instead. Much more tender and tasty.
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  • heathenheathen Posts: 7,080 Officer
    i'm growing partial to turnip greens and mustard greens cooked together.
  • Key LimeKey Lime Posts: 360 Officer
    What's the Clorox for? :huh, JK, that looks like an awesome meal. If you're looking for an inexpensive EZ to use camera, check out the Kodak Playsport. I just got one, it's nothing fancy, but does stills, video, water resistant, and super EZ to transfer files, all the software's built in. I like our other cameras for certain jobs, but the little Kodak is so simple, we take it everywhere.
  • I FA DATI FA DAT Posts: 553 Officer
    Thanks guys! I too prefer Mustards and Turnips but the Hardware stores near me only carry Georgia Collards. I could try seeds but the cheater plants are so easy. :grin
    Thanks for the camera recommendation Key Lime I'll check it out. I like the water proof part.:thumbsup
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