Hi. I'm Sean... an entrepreneur into creating successful business ideas for the social web. I run a digital strategy company called Freeworld Media.
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What a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The summer heat is gone, the temperature has dropped into Fall. The mosquitoes are gone, football is in the air, and people are happy to be outside with their neighbors. Atlanta Streets was a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon running into old friends, seeing alot of characters, and just a general positive happy afternoon in the neighborhood. Parents and kids were riding bikes, people were playing beanbag board outside of local bars, local activists were out, people were skateboarding, riding bikes, walking. … i saw lots of strollers and lots of dogs. lots of families and hipster and cute couples and neighbordhood people keepign the place in order.
I grew up on Pace Picante Sauce and this commercial made an impression on the Texas youth.
Pressed Pulled Pork Cubano
Pulled pork layered on a crunchy Italian baguette, topped with thinly sliced pickles, sliced ham, baby swiss cheese and a nice slather of Carolina mustard barbecue sauce on each half of bread.
18 oz pulled pork shoulder
4 Kosher Style Dill Pickles, sliced into thin strips
8 slices baby swiss cheese
1 Semolina or Italian loaf
4 oz thinly sliced Prosciutto
½ cup Deli-Sliced Peperoncini
Roasted Red Pepper and Pickled Garlic Aioli:
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup roasted red pepper strips, drained
8 cloves spicy pickled garlic
Kosher salt and ground black pepper
Place first three ingredients in food processor fitted with the blade attachment and process until well blended. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Preheat grill or skillet to medium-high. Slice bread horizontally. Brush each half of loaves with roasted red pepper and pickled garlic aioli. Layer ingredients as follows on the bottom half of both loaves: Pulled pork, prosciutto, pickle slices, peperoncini, and cheese. Close sandwich, slice into four even portions and wrap each portion loosely with 12 inch sheet of tin foil. Place two sandwich packets on preheated grill or skillet and place a large heavy skillet on top and press down to evenly distribute weight and cook approximately 4 minutes until cheese has melted and bread is lightly brown and crunchy. Repeat for remaining sandwich packets. Remove from foil packets and serve immediately.
Loosely wrap the assembled sandwich in a double layer of foil and place on a grill over medium heat with a heavy paving brick or cast iron skillet on top to create a makeshift panini press. After approximately 4-5 minutes remove weight, flip sandwich, rreturn weight and continue cooking on the other side another 4-5 minutes. Remove from heat and gently remove the foil. Slice and enjoy!
So many things crack me up about this video.
1. This kid knows what he wants
2. Having his bacon taken away is the last straw.
3. When he says “She acts like she’s the queen – and we’re the sorry people”
4. Then he looks off into the distance with such conviction.
5. When he storms out of the interview to give his new mom a piece of his mind
6. “A bump in the road comes and she be’s sarcastic!” What kid says that?
7. When he packs his rolling suitcase and hits the open road. Then says…
8. “She’s gonna try to stop me, but she can run In those little high heels”
9. How fun it must be for the TV producers that script these reality-conflict shows.