Epic food porn

kmboren

Well-Known Member
Location
Southern Utah
Pork shoulder butt slab of deliciousness. Stuffed with some minced garlic and rubbed with my own spice mix with rosemary. On the spit for 3.5 hrs.
 
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nnnnnate

Well-Known Member
Location
WVC, UT
I think thats the first time I've actually seen a rotisserie on a grill despite most of them being set up for them. The ovens on my mission in Spain all had them built in and where I could find the parts I would rotisserie whole chickens on p-days. It was so good. You guys are making me hungry and its only 6:30 am.
 

kmboren

Well-Known Member
Location
Southern Utah
My rotisserie was also on my grill. I'll have to try this roasting potatoes at the same time. How long do you put them on for? The entire time as the pork.
 

Jay5.9L

...I just filled the cup.
Location
Riverton
I was lucky that the rotisserie came with my grill but I didn't start using it until last summer.

The porchetta takes 2-3 hours depending on size. I season and put the potatoes in the entire time but have the stir them ever so often. On a bigger piece of meat I had to pull the potatoes before the meat was done. Nothing is better than slowly roasted potatoes in pork fat :)
 

I Lean

Mbryson's hairdresser
Supporting Vendor
Location
Utah
We ordered pizza for dinner.... Giordanos deep dish from Chicago. I've eaten there twice while in Chi-town, had to introduce my wife to it...
How does that work? It shows up ready for you to bake, or...?
 

Greg

Wanderlusting
Admin
How does that work? It shows up ready for you to bake, or...?
Yep, its half-baked then frozen. As mentioned, they pack it in dry ice then its FedEx'd to you. It's not cheap, but it is the best frozen pizza you'll ever have! They aren't very big, but the depth makes it hard to eat it all. We ate half this one last night, leftovers today!
 

frieed

Jeepless in Draper
Premium Member
Location
Draper, UT
dang it... I made pizza last night and didn't think to take pictures. Home made sauce and sourdough crust cooked on a Big Green Egg
 

ID Bronco

Registered User
Location
Idaho Falls, ID
After a couple of long days hiking this hit the spot. Fresh Brooke trout fried and baked. A little CajunIMG_20180809_175017720_HDR.jpg seasoning and we were good to go. (butter would have been nice, but I didn't see how to pack that in.
 
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