[Sca-cooks] Pork chops (OOP)
kiridono at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 12:49:11 PDT 2010
And to be honest, most places in the south use pork for barbeque in
preference to any other kind of meat. In fact, my grandfather in southern
Georgia used pork exclusively.
On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 3:43 PM, Jennifer Carlson <talana1 at hotmail.com>wrote:
> Stefan wrote:
> > Now most of these I'm familiar with, but I've never heard of a "pork chop
> BBQs" before. Perhaps because here in Ansteorra BBQ usually means beef,
> chicken or something else rather than pork. But even in the southeast, I
> thought it was other cuts of pork rather than pork chops.
> Someone else answered Stefan's question regarding the periodicity of pork
> chops, but I want to make a clarification about Ansteorran BBQ. In parts of
> northern Ansteorra (Oklahoma), as well as East Texas (where my mundane
> family hails from), BBQ is just as likely to be pork as beef. East Texans,
> influenced by the great Tennessee migration of the early-mid 1800s, eat a
> lot of pork.
> At the Tulsa State Fair each year, the Oklahoma Pork Producers host a pork
> chop BBQ restaurant. Good stuff!
> In servicio,
> Texas born, Oklahoma raised, 100% Ansteorran
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