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    Blair's Swine-sublime Super-slider.

    A while back my wife's brother told her about eating a "Death by Pork Burger" at a restaurant in Texas. She wanted to try it but Texas is quite a trip from New Zealand, especially just to eat a Hamburger, so with her birthday coming up I promised to create the ultimate pork burger for her birthday dinner.

    At this point I remembered this brilliant passion thread and resolved to take it even further. So here goes....

    Mikesee, this one's for you!

    Start with a great big pile of meat.... one boneless pork leg roast, two packs of trim pork mince, and a kilogram of honey cured streaky bacon.
    Boil up some home-made bbq sauce, pour into a crock pot and drop in the pork roast. Set for 5 to 8 hours.
    Make up your bacon weave. Steal some bbq sauce from the crock-pot and baste bacon.
    Season mince (as pictured.) Add to bacon mat and baste some more. Chop and fry more bacon and distribute evenly. Drizzle on more bbq sauce. I had planned to add a bit of cheese but forgot.
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    Swine-sublime part 2.

    So now we roll up the meat and baste some more with the sauce.
    Take it to the grill and fire up some smoke with Hickory, Mesquite or in my this case Manuka chips. You gotta keep changing them out during the 2/12 - 3 hour cooking time.
    While that's cooking, time to make some slider buns.... so much better than store bought.
    About half way through smoking, it's time to re-baste.
    When the pork is done in the slow cooker it's time to pull it. Take off the fat and discard, then go to work with a couple of forks before throwing it all back into the bbq sauce.
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    Swine-sublime part 3: Construction.

    When all is cooked it's time to construct your burger!
    Split the bun and add pulled bbq pork to the lower half, and a dash of mayo to the top.
    Add a slice of bacon/pork roll, some salad greens, a bit of tomato, and I recommend a few pieces of pineapple.
    Assemble burger and serve with some more salad greens and hassle-back potato.

    Enjoy!

    I can't even begin to describe how good this burger tastes! And you'll have leftovers for africa. Tonight the rest of the pulled pork is going into baked jacket potatoes... nom nom nom...
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    I am hungry now O_O
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    I was hoping I'd seen the last of this. No place for a newfound vegetarian. I heard of a study recently that almost universally (even vegetarians) responded with the same brain activity to the scent of bacon. Anyways, I'm salivating.
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    "...like sex with the trail." - Boe

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    bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe View Post
    What do I know about bacon? to be honest, F All. But I have travelled the world and can confirm that the bacon in the US of A is SHITE..... It has no meat to it for want of a better word, just a thin piece of nothing if that makes sense.... I think the folk from the US of A understand that Canadian bacon is different to the US of A bacon... Well in New Zealand it is way way better than Canadian bacon also.....
    Everybody is a critic ...
    wins over "New Zealand it is way way better".

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    Funny thread! And you created a beautiful thing, I wouild like you try some of your porky delight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.E View Post
    I wouild like you try some of your porky delight.
    That sounds so wrong on so many levels....
    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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    When i first read this thread, i had to get a bucket and a mop to clean up the puddle of drool that had formed underneath me....
    So yesterday i finally took it upon myself to make this meaty monstrosity !
    Offcourse it's needless to mention that i have added some ingredients of my own as well.
    But incase you are wondering what they are i will include a list of the ingredients that i used.

    18 Strips of 3mm thick (or thin, depending of what you are used to)
    500 Grams of minced pork and beef. (already comes slightly seasoned by the butcher)
    100 Grams of finely chopped onions.
    2 Finely chopped chili peppers
    4 Cloves of garlic
    1 Egg
    4 Crushed plain biscuits instead of breadcrumbs.
    Chili sauce
    Bbq sauce
    Tobasco
    Maple syrup
    Salt
    Pepper

    I used 14 strips of bacon to make the mat and coverd it with a mix of equal amounts of bbq sauce and chili sauce with a dash of tobasco.
    The remaining 4 strips i cut up into little pieces and baked them, and then used the fat that came from it to glaze the chopped onions in.
    Then i put the minced meat in a bowl add an egg, the chili's, pieces of bacon, onions, gaslic and the crushed biscuits and some salt & pepper.
    Them mixed it all by hand and placed a roll of it on the mat of bacon and rolled it up.
    Placed in the oven at around 220c and when it started to brom ever so slightly i started to brush on the maple syrup and repeated thet every 10mins or so.
    The result was one hell of a feast for the tastebuds !
    A friend of mine came over and had some as well, and he was enjoying this tasty treat eas well.
    Right now i am enjoying the little bit that was left over.
    And i think in the near future i will try the brownie recipe as well.

    +1 For this great recipe, thanks !!!
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    I'm about to get walked out of my place of (soon-to-be-former) employment because I just tried to lick, and then mount, my monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secace View Post
    Very nice. You are quite the gentleman and the scholar.
    ^^^^^

    This.


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    whatever the culinary equivalent of tragi-comic is; this is it. Deliscusting...or something like that
    sweet sweet trails

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    Jumpin Jeeezes!!! I just had a heart attack on New Years day and y'all are showin' me this? Someone want to come over and put a bullet in my head and just get it over with?
    P.S. Does look pretty tasty though.

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