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Pulled pork, slaw, etc. for a traditional
Joined: Dec 28, 2005
Posted to Thread #273 at 3:57 am on Dec 30, 2005
New Year's meal. What do you usually do. I have a great butane single burner that I use for tail gates or other places. Target sells them. Negates "cords" for fondue. Since we don't know what or who/how many you usually serve, it is hard to suggest.
I could do reams of appetizers, but it might not suit. As usual, pertinent information is just that.
Since you mention fondue and oil, you could consider fondue chinoise--Mongolian hot pot. Much more healthy and just as delicious--done in broth instead of oil, and using noodles and greens to finsh out the meal. You can also do it over sterno (albeit, reheating on the stove to keep the temp up) and not have to have cords.
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