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Apr 30, 2012
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Here’s a piece I put together for KCET, about one of my favorite summertime activities: pulled pork sandwiches deep in the LA National Forest. Made by a cowboy surrounded by donkeys. Let’s go.

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Adams Pack Station: The Best Pulled Pork in L.A.

Serving as lookout just above the trailhead sits the Adams Pack Station, one of only a handful still functioning in the American West today. For the deep woods cabin lovers and those booking a night at the resort, a team of working mules and donkeys depart from the pack station loaded up with all the necessary provisions to ensure a memorable evening under the stars. They also sell Angeles National Forest Adventure Passes, those hanging indicators that you love the outdoors and don’t mind financially supporting it. But every third Sunday of the month, the pack station clears away the extra batteries and bandanas for sale, and switches into a cowboy-themed pulled pork sandwich extravaganza.

See more sandwich and baby animal pictures here!

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    i could eat pulled pork everyday. must check this out.
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    Delicious.
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    Dude! This needs to be my next adventure.
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