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Home Made Sausage, Cured, and Smoked Meats

Piobaire

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FIL #1?
 

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Or MIL #1 went for a himbo.
 

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Yeah I think I might skip the sweet glaze and go with more acid to cut the fatty goodness a bit -- maybe a vinegar-based Carolina BBQ sauce? Serve with scrambled eggs and fresh biscuits.

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Yeah I think I might skip the sweet glaze and go with more acid to cut the fatty goodness a bit -- maybe a vinegar-based Carolina BBQ sauce? Serve with scrambled eggs and fresh biscuits.

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The BBQ sauce I made had some tart, but I definitely will try a different sauce next time.
 

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I’ve made these things before and they are great without any sauce at all, tbh. Just salt, pepper and maybe some onion and garlic powder will give you succulent little morsels of pork belly.
 

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