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Old 10-18-2017, 09:46 PM   #1
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Dinner tomorrow night! Took out this Bison Roast and started it yesterday evening with a few seasonings, nothing fancy. 24hrs on high, 24 more on low. Remove carefully and place in a large bowl. Hand shred, add 2 cups of the Broth, 1 cup of Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce a Dash of Lowrys and add 2 packs of jumbo burger buns and enjoy!!!! Final pictures to come tomorrow!

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Old 10-19-2017, 08:34 AM   #2
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That should melt in your mouth! Sounds great!
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Dang sounds good. You really have to cook it for 48hrs?
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Nah, its ready to fall apart after about 12. However, laat one we cooked, planned to eat on a Sunday night, JJ got sick and the hauled butt to Gainsville, I got in late it cooked till that Monday. Made it just as I described and damn was it good. So I figure why screw up a good recipe, lol
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Making me hungry already this afternoon.
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Finished Product!!

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And for the wash down....

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Sammies look good.

I hope it didn't turn out too mushy from that long cook
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Looks good brother !!

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Sammies look good.

I hope it didn't turn out too mushy from that long cook
Just the opposite, it is usually rather dry. I take just enough broth from the pot to moisten it uo and add BBQ sauce to taste!
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