Must Love Food: Daniel

I have met some super interesting people at college and I only started classes today! Through my new awesome roommate Ariane, I have made lots of new friends 🙂 My Facebook has been quite busy! The first of these people was Daniel, this super duper awesome friend of Ariane’s. He’s into movies and photography and being really cool. He called us up today and invites us over for “barbecue”- his version of pulled pork? I brought leftover mac and cheese from the night before and it was a mini potluck with really bad movies that we laughed over- what a great night! A wonderful start to the semester.

Daniel Do

School/Year: Florida State University, 2012
Favorite 90s TV Character: Arthur
What’s in My Fridge Right Now: RED DRINK (Juice)
Favorite Breakfast Cereal: Cinnamon Toast Crunch
My Favorite Ingredient: Curry

Danger Dolemite’s Dangerous Barbecue

Daniel wrote up this recipe himself and I thought it was so amusing that I just had to put it up as is (I did, however, have to edit some of the profanity 😉 )


  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 1 cup barbecue sauce
  • 2 bell peppers
  • 1 red onion
  • 2 lbs meat (I used pork)
  1. Cut those veggies up. They’re not your friends! Just cut them all up.
  2. Throw them in a casserole dish! Make sure it’s a little oiled.
  3. Rub some salt and pepper on that meat. Got a meat seasoning packet? Rub it all over!
  4. Pour some orange juice everywhere! Toss all that stuff in the casserole dish and make sure everything is loosey goosey.
  5. Wrap it all up in aluminum foil and cook it in the oven for 5 hours. Remember to check every hour or so and baste the meat. When you are not basting, cover yourself in aluminum foil and pretend you are a spaceman.
  6. Upon five hours, remove meat from dish and place in platter. Using a fork, pull all the meat off the bones until shredded, yo. Strain all the solids and discard liquids. Put back shredded meat and vegetables into casserole dish, this time with barbecue sauce.
  7. Cover up with aluminum foil and bake. Watch a Bollywood movie for 40 minutes, then stop baking.
  8. Enjoy! Unless you are vegetarian! In which case, I’m sorry!

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Categories: Food, Must Love Food

Author:Rachel Johnson

Writer/Photographer/Food Person Stupid Good: When food is so simple and delicious, it's just stupid.

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