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FAQ Subject: How do I make barbecue hash
I would like know how do you make barbecue hash ?
Well, there are several hashes as discussed and described in "The Great American Barbecue & Grilling Manual" (click into the Barbecue Store from www.barbecuen.com and check it out.)
Here is one "North Carolina Pulled Pork Hash"
1 lb. picket barbecued pork
1 lb. cold boiled potatoes, finely chopped,
1 oz. lard or bacon drippings
1 med. onion, finely chopped
8 oz. chopped greens, cabbage, turnips, mustard or collard sprouts, chopped
salt and pepper to taste.
In a #10 cast iron skillet, melt fat and lightly fry onions. Mix other ingredients and pour into the pan. Distribute evenly in the pan and fry until browned. Turn the pan upside down against a plate and dump out the contents. Add the rest of the fat, turn and return the hash to the pan. Fry until brown. May be served with fried egg on top, sunny side up.