Reheating Pulled Pork

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Reheating pulled pork is possible for up to five days if it is cooled down between heating. Reheat pulled pork with tips from a restaurant owner in this free video on pork recipes.

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Video Transcript

Ok, the one thing I want to talk to you about today is cost. We sell a lot of pulled pork for caterings, the reason why we can keep our cost down with this. We sell, usually sell this for about seven ninety nine a pound. A pork butt, probably, we buy it in bulk, so I think it cost us about a dollar twenty, a dollar twenty five a pound, depending on market value, ah, you can get ranges any where from ninety nine cents to a dollar twenty a pound, ah, you do pay a little more some times, cause like I told you, to get a leaner cut of beef we have a merchant trim it and do all the work for us. But like this, going out for dinner, if you have a bunch of people, a plate like this, ah would probably only cost about three or four dollars to make. So, it's really cost effective if you're feeding a large family or a Bar B Que, picnic , this is what you want to make. Ah, it does take you about thirty hours to cook, so, you have to have the meal planned, and then once you have it cooked you can hold it. The storage on this meat, again, is up to seven days. You can reheat it as many times as you want, as long as you cool it down. You always have to cool your products down either in a wok in the refrigerator. The best way to do that is not to cover it, so, you want to cover part of it, but make sure you leave your plastic wrapper of foil open and let it cool down naturally. And then you can reheat it and bring it back up to temp.


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