For a lot of Texans, we are coming to the end of our Religious Pilgrimage. Sure there is always a spring turkey to shoot or a big redfish to land, but for all intents and purposes, hunting season is all but over. We must now return to our familial responsibilities and hope that the return of the season comes sooner than we might expect.
It has become a tradition within my group of hunting buddies to have a “Man Dinner” at the close of every season. A time to bring families together and enjoy the fruits of our labor. A time to enjoy the company of our wives, our kids and……blah, blah, blah. Who am I trying to kid. The Man Dinner has very little to do with bring our families together. No, the Man Dinner has everything to do with drinking beer, eating good food and telling lies about all the good and bad hunts we had. And from what I can tell, though I have never asked, I think the women folk may enjoy it too.
When you have been married as many times as I have, you eventually learn to listen or at least act like you are listening. So, when Seite came to me and asked me if I would post her favorite recipe, I decided “what the hell”.
Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner and pizzerias across the country are gearing up for the big day. Being the gluttonous whores that we are, Americans are expected to consume more than 8.3 million pies; that is 4,800 tons of pizzas – roughly 8 times the weight of Jerry Jones’ new “Vigaboard”. Now that is a lot of friggin pizza.
Now, I am not sure when you last ordered delivery pizza, but that schit has gotten expensive. I have made many a homemade pie and I am here to tell you, those bastards are definitely sticking it to us. So, here is my version of the Sunday best and of course Seite’s Fav: BBQ Pulled Pork Pizza. Homemade and delicious; sure to please the most finicky of crowds.