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Impromptu Pulled Pork, Potatoes, and Eggs Breakfast

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Took the day off today and had a few pork butts on the kamado overnight for a couple of other uses today.  The timing was perfect as I decided to make some breakfast on my new Blackstone griddle, and the pork was done as I was loading my plate with some fried eggs and potatoes. I added some of my homemade tabasco sauce on top of it all too. (That hot sauce video is on my YT channel.) This combination was awesome!

 

 

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