BBQ Breakfast

BBQ BreakfastThere’s no doubt I’m not the first to do this, but holey moley it’s tasty! Last night I cooked a bird for my parents; I made some Atomic Buffalo Turds on the side since I’ve seen the recipe everywhere. Anyhow, I had a bit of leftover filling, so I put it on a bagel today — the results were fantastic. Next time you have a little leftover pulled pork, ribs, or other BBQ pork, shred some and mix it with just enough cream cheese to bind it together (warming the cream chese makes this very easy). Add a smalll dollop of your favorite barbecue sauce to bolden the flavor. Used as a spread on a bagel; it’s a delicious breakfast or snack anytime.

January 15, 2007 | Comments (1)

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  1. Wow! That DOES sound good. I definitely need to try
    that.

    Comment by Bob — January 15, 2007 @ 11:09 pm

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