Chilebrown at home


Let's get Cookin!!!

Thursday, February 27, 2014


We cooked a picnic shoulder low and slow just for this sandwich. I will not tell you how tender and smoky with a meat candy bark this roast turned out. The home made roll was not just soft and delicious but just a platform to support our home made mustard. The green blurb in the corner of this image is a home cured pickle but once again mustard is the star today.

This flavor of our mustard was a 'Mendecino Brand' style mustard. It was sweet with a large amount of brown sugar. Only yellow mustard seeds were used. Apple cider vinegar would add its contribution with a mellow tang to this melody of flavors. The texture was course with rustic flair. A slight heat from the mustard seeds gently awakened your palette. This was an epic sandwich. Mustard was the star with an all-star back up cast. This sandwich was very special with our home made mustard.


Greg said...

Lunch at your house is and adventure :)

Chilebrown said...

Greg, That is the only way we roll. I just added an egg for a fantastic breakfast sandwich. Good Eats.

Zoomie said...

Oh, man, does that ever look good!

Chilebrown said...

Zoomie, Pulled pork is one of my favorite things to cook. Now that I have mustard skills the possibilities are infinite.

Three Dogs BBQ said...

Love the bark on that butt! Good stuff. The mustard looks good too. I might have to try to make some.

Big Dude said...

The pork butt looks excellent.

Chilebrown said...

Three Dogs BBQ and Big Dude,Thanks, With my new 14.5 WSM it is so easy to cook a pork shoulder with great results. I put it on when I get up and it is ready in time for dinner. The best part is the sandwiches the following days. Oh Yeah!!!!

Lea Ann said...

Would you please pass me one of those sandwiches please???? And by the way, I'd love to try that mustard.