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A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Pulled Pork

Making Pulled Pork.

Traditional Carolina barbecue begins with a whole hog smoked over coals; here, Sean Brock cooks pork shoulder for 12 hours in a 275° oven before smoking it for about 1 hour in a backyard grill. Click through the slideshow for his grill-and-oven method for Carolina pulled pork, plus three key sauces.

New Slideshow: DIY Pulled Pork

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Kitchen Trash

The World's First Fry Museum, How to Open Beer Like a Pilot

Kitchen Trash

The Internet is a black hole for strange, weird and wonderful things—especially when it comes to food. Rather than dive in yourself, let F&W do it for you. Here, five of the most absurd food items we saw this week. Read about competitive dairy tasting, a museum dedicated to fries and the best new way to open a beer. >>

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Tweets of the Week

What to Drink with Your Candy and Your Diet

Candy

F&W doesn't expect you to see every tweet we send out (just almost every one). Catch up each week with this top 5 list.

1. @fandw: 5 ways to make a chef hate you: http://fandw.me/1h0WFM6 @ozerskytv

2. @fandw: Reaching for a Baby Ruth? Don’t forget the sherry! Wine pairings for Halloween candy: http://fandw.me/1aF8Ad8 @nestleusa

3. @fandw: 10 dark beers for people who don’t like dark beer: http://fandw.me/18vHbFO

4. @fandw: If you’re dieting, don’t forget the wine. This pairing comes it at under 600 calories: http://fandw.me/1eJR2NJ

5. @fandw: Make sure to stock up on extra canned pumpkin this season for these six smart non-pie ideas: http://fandw.me/18vHgsQ

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F&W Entertaining

A Star Photographer's Elegant Fall Gathering

Nicole Franzen Hosts and Photographs an F&W Party

Photographer and trained cook Nicole Franzen, of the blog La Buena Vida, hosts an intimate fall rooftop party starring F&W recipes—and captures the results.

My friends and I wanted to get together outside before it got too cold out. This was the last hurrah on our friend Kristy's roof until spring comes. We hosted the party on a Saturday afternoon and decided to serve small bites so people could pick and choose what they wanted. Along with some of our entertaining standbys, we served these dishes from the November issue of Food & Wine: Layered Citrus Salad, Carrot Salad with Mushrooms and Herbs, Spinach-and-Artichoke Galette and Creamed Kale Toasts. Click through the F&W Entertaining slideshow to see Franzen's fall party.

Follow Nicole Franzen on Instagram @nicole_franzen.

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Expert Guide

6 Things Every Bacon Lover Needs to Know

Bacon

Writer Josh Ozersky could never figure out why people boast about their love of bacon. What’s special about that? Everyone loves bacon. It’s a substance so intensely and unfailingly pleasurable that only the most insensate of beings could fail to enjoy it. But loving it isn’t the same as understanding it. And it really deserves to be understood. Here are six facts that constitute the beginning of bacon wisdom. Read more >

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