Sent: Monday, December 12, 2016 7:03 PM
Subject: pulled pork
I lost this recipe many years ago and can't remember the exact title. It is a pulled pork bbq sandwich
which appeared in the Sunday Parade Magazine about 20 to 30 years ago. I can't find any archives for
that time. It involved par-boiling the pork in vinegar to start and had apple juice in the home made sauce.
Even with the vinegar, it wasn't a Carolina mustard sauce, it was tart but sweet and had red sauce.
Just the thought of that sandwich, dripping with coleslaw, makes my mouth water! Hope you can help.
Really enjoy reading your site.
I cannot find a recipe from Parade Magazine or elsewhere that fits your description. Iíll post this for reader input.
Sent: Monday, December 12, 2016 11:26 PM
Subject: Buntyn Cafe
I would like to have their roast beef recipe. Thank you for your help.
Sorry, no luck. Buntyn is very secretive with their recipes. I'll post this
for reader input.
Sent: Monday, December 12, 2016 7:32 PM
Subject: Caramel Recipe Failure
Well, here's the deal. I am a member of a Facebook site, entitled 'Recipes
of North Dakota.' We are having quite a little controversy over the making
of Christmas Caramels. Several members are reporting total collapse of their
caramels, dating to the time they began using a glass top stove. The post
that started it all:
( Looking for help. I can't seem to make caramel anymore. I used to make
really good caramel, but it seems since I got a glass top stove, it's
impossible. I've used different pans, different thermometers, different
recipes, stirring, not stirring. I'm tired of wasting $$$ of ingredients,
but can't figure out what's wrong. Anybody else had this problem?)
This woman has tried everything, to no avail. So, my question to you and
your readers is: what laws of physics are in play here? I suggested it was
caused by the rate at which the caramel reaches the required temp.She has
used various candy thermometers, pans and temperatures, but cannot seem to
make a caramel on the new stove. Any insights would be very much
appreciated! Thank you, Linda
I searched, but could not find any mention of a link between glass stove
tops and problems making caramel. I cannot find any mention of anyone else
having such a problem. I'll post this, but it will be January before it