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4lbs cubed pork butt, now what?

edinatlanta

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so i was going to make kielbasa but it turns out the meat grinder doesn't have the bit at the end keeping the augur from slipping so I can't grind the meat, OR stuff the sausage...

Meaning I have slightly less than four pounds of pork butt that's been cubed. What should I do?
 

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^ This +100. So easy too.
 

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what a shock that i'd have both of you chime in, what with your low post counts and all.

Favorite recipes?
 

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Use a blender to grind the meat.
 

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Originally Posted by iammatt
Rillettes.

Originally Posted by Piobaire
^ This +100. So easy too.

From a little google'ing, I understand that this is a type of pate or something like it...?
 

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Originally Posted by tricota
From a little google'ing, I understand that this is a type of pate or something like it...?
It's basically pork cooked in its own fat until it is melting, then you eat it like a pate. i am not sure there is one bit of difference between it an carnitas other than seasoning and finishing. Carnitas is generally fried in the fat at the end.
 

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Cassoulet
 

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Puerco Pibil. Very good. Recipe
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Originally Posted by Blackfyre
Puerco Pibil. Very good.

Recipe
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I've made this before (different recipe) and I agree on it being very good.
 

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