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Neat idea, I like the concept of always having some way to power the drill regardless of batteries.
Cool project! It's always fun to see repurposed items.
That turned out cool!
You're lucky, that's a great price! Costco for $3.99 / lb. is the cheapest I've seen pork belly in my town. Pork shoulder is usually in the $1.75 ballpark per pound and it's easier to find.
Thanks for sharing. Did I miss it? Were you successful in catching a rabbit?
Your project turned out looking great, thanks for sharing!
I have a lead on some jowl bacon, it should show up next week. From the pictures I've seen of it, it looks really tasty!
I scorched one batch by letting it get too hot. Other than that, it turned out great, as good or better than store bought syrup.
Your instructable was a fun read! I tapped trees and made syrup for the first time this year. Thanks for the info on the block stove, I used a propane turkey fryer this season but want to use wood next season.
Thanks for the info. I wonder if a barrel being called a butt is related to the slang word buttload? Like, "That full barrel of pork you got there is a buttload of butts!"
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Good tip on using a bag instead of a container. That would make it a bit easier to store and handle. What kind of bags do you use? It seems I always end up with a leak or two when I use the gallon size zip lock bags.
1. I pork butt can also be called pork shoulder roast. Is that available where you are?2. It's funny to me because... Well, it could be read as slang for certain body parts in the bathing suit region. Maybe I'll grow up someday, but not yet.
Thanks for the vote! Pastrami sounds good, I'm ready for lunch now... Pastrami is another one of those things I hadn't thought to try making on my own. If a chunk of pork does follow you home, I'd be curious to hear how your buckboard bacon turns out.
Glad you liked it!
Thanks for the tip, I haven't tried it. I'll have to try to find some now!
The sun visor in my wife's car cracked and would no longer stay in position. It cracked on the part that rotates. I used epoxy to fix the crack. I made sure to rotate the visor while the epoxy was curing to make sure it didn't stick. The visor works like normal now!
Oh, ok. That makes more sense. Thanks for clarifying. Yes, I was expecting the butt to refer to anatomy in this case.
Lol, good stuff!
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Awesome. it's like laser tag with water guns. Great idea, thanks for sharing!
I like it. I have a leftover can of polyurethane from another project. I might have to try this, I'm sure the in-laws will be impressed...
It is delicious, give it a try!It does not end up tasting like jerky, it gets crispy like normal bacon but still has enough fat that it doesn't dry out. It does cook faster than normal bacon, so it's easier to overcook and burn it.
I hand't heard that reason before. That's an interesting point of view on the naming, thank you for sharing. But then why is the butt a ham? I guess I'd still like to believe someone didn't just decide to rename parts of the pig one day and that's what we're stuck with now. I'll try the google again and see if I can finally dig up more info.
You can also use pork shoulder, it's called buckboard bacon. I recently made my first batch, it turned out awesome, here's the I'blehttps://www.instructables.com/id/Makin-Buckboard-B...
Bacon from coconuts? Interesting!
Bacon, pineapple, mozzarella and onion. I'm intrigued, not ingredients I would have thought to put together. I guess it's kind of like Hawaiian pizza in a doughnut!
They look tasty! I'm going to have to try this. Have you tried deep frying them?
This was easy and the bread tasted good. How about wheat bread or sourdough bread in a bag? I wonder if that's possible?
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