Every once in a while something comes along that it pretty cool. Sure, this isn't going to give you that feeling of doing something good for charity, but sometimes you just want to get Payday 2 for $20.
Enter Kinguin, a website that allows users to sell various video games - often at a huge discount. Don't believe me?
Payday 2 is roughly $18 (compared to almost $50)
Civlization V is oughly $12.50 (compared to almost $30)
and it just goes on and on. I have not used it personally, but several of my friends have (and swear by it), so I think it's worth checking out if you really want to play that game but don't have the coin for it right now.
There's one rule when trying to make pulled pork: don't try to use a lean, tender pork loin to make pulled pork. To get the sweet, tenderness of pulled pork you need a lot of fat and a lot of time. Pork loin just doesn't have that (although it does have some great taste).
For me, I use the butt - the cut of meat just below the shoulder that's not part of the traditional picnic ham.
This recipe yields about 5 pounds of bone-in pork butt, which has enough meat for 10 generous servings of meat.
Just don't plan on making this after you come home from work. You're going to spend anywhere from 8 to 12 (or more) hours cooking this beast.