Have you ever noticed, when you're out among the general public, how fat the kids are nowadays? This can be a sensitive subject, I know, but let's call a spade a spade here. I am not talking about 'big built' or about 'large' or any other euphemisms. I am talking about fat children. This is a relatively new phenomenon but it's here now and very obvious.
The blue-plate lunch specials are a favorite for us at the joint now. They are all under $10 and based on a choose-your-favorite combo plates. They include staples like pulled pork crock pot, BBQ'd chicken, Wings and ribs. You'll also get too choose 2 sides. If you've never tried the baked beans here, do youself a favor and dig into a dish, they are terrific!
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You see, barbecued food is cooked longer than typical grilled meats. This brings us to the second difference between these two devices - Length of cooking time. You can grill a steak in 12 minutes usually. Chicken might take 40 minutes or so, but it can still be done on a standard grill. If you want proper BBQ slow cooker pulled pork pork, for example though, you're going to have to put some serious time in. The barbecuing process can take up to 8 hours sometimes, depending on the size of the cut. So why doesn't the meat burn?
If those were the first three words that came to your mind when you read "U.S. Cellular Field," then you're a Cubs fan who hasn't been to 35th and Shields in about five years. Ever since the White Sox decided to renovate the pathetic dump of a stadium that was Comiskey Park II, the stadium that the White Sox call home has improved every year and turned itself into one of the better places to watch baseball in America. The area around U.S. Cellular Field is improving, too (case in point: there's now a Starbucks on the corner of 35th and State. If that doesn't spell progress, I don't know what does).
To keep your lean cut of meat tender, I suggest cooking your healthy pork roast in a slow cooker. The slow cooker will gently cook the meat without removing any of the juices. If you choose to leave the layer of fat on the roast, put it fat side up so that the fat can help keep the meat moist. By the time your healthy roast is done, it will be so tender that it will be falling apart. I usually let my roasts cook 10 to 12 hours on low, but the time will depend on your slow cooker and how hot it gets.
Have fun with flavors and spices and don't be afraid to put more seasonings into your cooking. Many cooks lightly season their food, leaving it tasting bland. It is okay to experiment with different amounts of salt and spices until you find a delicious tasting blend. Many chefs recommend adding almost twice as much as you would initially considering using, so keep it interesting and flavorful by putting in just a little bit more.
Beans can be frozen after cooking and used in sauces, soups, salads or anywhere your imagination takes you. Where I live, red bean ice cream is popular. Delicious!