Over the weekend, some friends and I got together to cook some food that we would seem suitable for a food truck. Big shout out to my friend Angie for letting us crash her house while she was out of town. First I cooked some BBQ Pork Nachos.
|grill some veggies (onions and bell peppers)|
|Then add the seasoned pork|
|Put it on the chips|
|Throw them cheese on that!|
|Douse on a little red pepper and honey bbq sauce!|
(Please Note: I realize BBQ Pork Nachos is a misleading term. If I had more time, I would have Barbie Q-ed the Pork SHOULDER then pulled the pork for the nachos. AND the result would have been ever better....next time, when I have more time/am more prepared)
Next I cooked some double stuffed potatoes:
|Cook potatoes then scoop out the meat|
|mix in some stuff (be creative, i'm not telling you how to cook it)|
|stuff the stuff back into the skins|
|cover with cheese and green onions then stick them under the broiler for a few minutes|
We also cooked some pork kabobs I call Tiger Bait (marinated pork sirloin with red (purple) onions and gold bell peppers) but Angie doesn't have a grill yet (pushing for a grill purchase soon? I think yes.). I broiled them but the result was less than blog worthy even though they tasted good. We're all looking forward to getting together soon!
And finally, we have officially begun a new ministry at our parish: Epiphany Young Adult Ministry. Check out our link if you're interested in joining. We're fun people. Promise.
p.s. the guys dominated at Scene it