Sunday, March 29, 2009

Barbecue Sundae


It may seem strange, but this is a great way to use the leftovers from your cookout - a very clever and a great presentation and everybody loves this.

How to Build a BBQ Sundae

Mason Jars
Leftover Baked Beans, warmed or at room temperature
Leftover Cole Slaw
Leftover Pork, warmed
Leftover BBQ Sauce, warmed
Dill pickle spears

Pull the pork off of the bone and chop or shred; place into a bowl, stir in some barbecue sauce and warm in microwave. If desired, warm up the beans also. In the bottom of a Mason jar, spoon a layer of about 1/2 cup of baked beans. Top that with about 1/2 cup of coleslaw. Finish off with a layer of shredded leftover pork. Spoon a small amount of extra sauce on top. Garnish with a dill pickle spear.

Here's Some Recipes!

Baked Beans
Coleslaw
Ribs
Pulled Pork
BBQ Sauce

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