Saturday, April 30, 2011

Farmhouse Diner: Epic Pork BBQ

I have a treat in store for you.

I've been busy in the kitchen the last couple days.

It's epic.

It's something I've been meaning to share with you for a long time now, and I finally getting around to it.

It's worth waiting for, you just never knew you were waiting for it.

Did you?

All I am sayin' is that you should avail yourself of the opportunity to buy a pork shoulder roast (or two) and prepare to be creatin' some pork BBQ that rivals Bubba's, or Piggy's or Famous Dave's, or...well, anybody's.

I thought long and hard about sharing this recipe.  I mean, I treasure it.  And, if I ever open my restaurant (someday) it's going to be a specialty.  

And this recipe fits right in to my red and white gingham dream of happy chatter, the smell of freshly-brewed coffee, a bell on the front door, and clanging plates and people saying: 

"Is.  That.  Ever.  Good."

But then, I remembered that someone was kind enough to share it with me.  So, freely I shall give.

But that's next week.

I just wanted you to get a gander at what it is you haven't known you were missing all of your life.

Is your mouth watering yet?


Farmgirl Cyn said...

Pete's the BBQ lover around here, so I will be sure to stay tuned for the recipe!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Oh, you tease. That looks wonderful. I'll be back next week :D -Tammy

Lillie Mae Acres said...

YES, I'd love that recipe. It will be perfect for a Mother's Day pool party around here. HURRY and post! Have a great weekend.

Angela said...

oh my gosh, That is so MEAN!!!!(lol) Looks delicious. Can't wait to see the recipe. Us Southern's love our BBQ. I have a brother-in-law that will get in the car and drive hundreds of miles just to try out a new BBQ place to eat. He is CRAZY over BBQ. Will definitely check back. Have a great weekend.

Kathleen Grace said...

Yes! Pork shoulder is one of my favorite cheap cuts. Always so tender and juicy:>) I can't wait for the recipe!

Julie Hinds said...

way to keep us hanging....we'll wait though! I've always thought it would be fun to open a restaurant some day, serving breakfast and lunch, then go home. Small menu, just really good stuff, open right next to a really good antique store and you'd be set. It's too bad you're going to move South some day, we could of had something some day!:)

Greenmare said...

yes yes yes!!! can't wait!!!!

Rosemary said...'s been 24 hours...where's the recipe????? :-)

Holly said...

I just saw this photo of your cookbooks and saw that we have so many of the same ones! Susan Branch, Pioneer Woman, Church suppers, Gooseberry Patch! Love the way you have them nextled around the scale! I have the same scale around mine!!! Thanks for sharing:)