a Mark post
I had a dream, that one day we would take a piece of meat, and cook it in the cast-iron dutch oven.
That's it. And, full disclosure, we have done that before. However, this craving for meat to be cooked in the dutch oven could not be denied, and I finally talked Wendy into the idea. Of course, she made it a more complete thought than my primordial "meat in pot... make good", and so we decided on a pulled pork sandwich from Simply Recipes.
What appealed to us about this particular recipe is that we make a sauce for the meat to marinate overnight, which later mixes with the juices of the meat while it cooks and becomes the sauce for the final product. And the vision played out as I expected: we simply put the meat in the dutch oven with the marinade over night, pulled it out the next day and cooked it on the stove eye, removed the meat to pull it, then added it back to the pot after letting the sauce reduce.
Pull that meat!
Add it back to the reduced sauce.
We served the BBQ on those little Hawaiian rolls, like sliders. We also made some great collard greens and mustard slaw.
A complete plate.
Gnocci thinks she wants some.
Seasoning for the greens.
Greens close up.