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  1. Jack Peterson

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    I know it is not a Sandwich but served with Bread and Butter, this would go down a treat just now,
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    Courtesy of Alex's page, cheers mate:thumbsup:

    JP:hungry: :drool:
     
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    You can make very good pulled pork BBQ sandwiches right here in the Philippines (even though you can't buy hardwood such as oak to slow cook and smoke the pork over).

    1. Get a nice sized chunk of pork at the grocery store that don't have too much fat on it

    2. Cut it into some 4" x 4" pieces

    3. Oil it down with vegetable oil, then apply black pepper, salt and red pepper flakes

    4. Cook the pork pieces over the local charcoal you buy here until almost done

    5. Put the cooked meat into a crock-pot or just a medium sized pot with a little water ... cover with a lid

    6. Let this steam (very slow boil) for about 4 hours ... Add a little water as needed so the pot don't go dry

    7. When you can just shred the pork with a fork, remove the extra water and continue shredding all of it

    8. Mix in Hunts BBQ sauce to your liking (you can buy the Hunts BBQ sauce in a plastic bottle at the Lee Plaza grocery store)

    9. Pile your shredded (pulled) pork BBQ onto a good hamburger bun ........ Enjoy !

    Note: Goes best with massive quantities of San Miguel beer
     
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  3. Jack Peterson

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    [​IMG] Gotta be the good old Bacon Sandwich. you can make them pretty much any where.

    JP:hungry: :drool:
     
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    I can't get the sandwiches I crave so yesterday I went back to the old fashion way. Wheat bread, Smuckers strawberry preserves and Skippy peanut butter. Not bad if you are not picky.
     
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    In East L A there was a Mexican called his business SIXTOS,,,,Had a walk down smoker Bar B Q with Ham Beef...Lamb...and Pork he would cook.... WITH MESQUITE .... APRICOT AND ASH WOODS....He told me once he basted them with Bacon Grease as they cooked...I am telling you he piled the meat on some delicious french rolls and had a beef type dip along with a home made Bar B Q Sauce....THAT SANDWICH WAS TO ""KILL"""" FOR... I wonder if anybody here that ever went there and knew about it.
     
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    The French resto on the highway in bacong makes a good sarnie in a wholemeal roll with chicken pate and salad. Had them a few of them and always fresh and well made.
     
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    What's your favorite all time sandwich (GOAT)? Mine goes way back to my first job. A small Jewish eatery in the Los Feliz district of LA in 1968 had a mouthwatering dripping juicy tasty hot pastrami on rye with swiss cheese, dijon, and a big dill pickle. Nothing since comes close.
     
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    For me it's a Denver sandwich, good to eat at any mealtime. Eggs. green onion,bacon and swiss cheese on fresh toasted white bread, salt & pepper.
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    Smuckers and Skippy in the PI?? Western food at it's best :smile:. Makes me a happy camper.
     
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