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Old 08-25-2019, 11:00 PM   #1
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Not being satisfied with just leftover Al Pastor Ribs ribs.
I decided to smoke/braise a nice third of a whole pork belly.

Rubbed it down and wrapped it up last night, pulled it out this afternoon to smoke.



Fired up the smoke to 350°+/- with hickory for smoke.
Let it go about 3 hours till the fat cap was getting some crispiness.



Shortly before I figured it was ready I preheated the oven to 350°.
Brought it inside and put it in a baking dish with some of my Modified Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and let it braise for 2 hours.



During the braise I kept spooning the sauce over it.

Mmmmm, Slices of Succulent Belly.
The freshly smoked belly beat the pants off the leftover Al Pastor Ribs ribs.

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Old 08-26-2019, 08:44 AM   #2
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Nice.......you making me wanna go get one brother!!!
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i'd like to try that, but my smoker won't get that hot with only one 110v element. thinking of adding another element.
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I saw a piece of a belly in the store today and picked it up. Gonna give this a try this weekend!
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Wow!!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic!!!!!!!
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Where y’all get your pork belly at
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Where y’all get your pork belly at
Costco, Sam's Club, Publix, South Alabama Custom Meats.
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I got a piece at winn dixie in milton
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looks super good, but i like the way you separated the chichirones before.
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