This isn't really a side, so I put it here, and I apologize for not having any Q-view -- it required too much attention during preparation, and it was all gone by the time I finished eating mine. I love making breakfast skillets with bacon, sausage, or ham, so I thought that I'd try one with some leftover pulled pork. Needless to say it was AWESOME or this thread wouldn't be here! So here's the procedure that I use in case you've never tried to make one. You'll have to use your own judgment for the amounts and times: 1. Start with a cast iron skillet with some bacon grease over medium heat. 2. Next, add some chopped onion first then chopped garlic and let those saute. The onion takes longer, and you don't want the garlic to burn. You can add some chopped red bell pepper, too, but I usually don't have any around. 3. When those are ready, add some diced potatoes and stir them in. You'll want to stir it occasionally being careful not to mash the potatoes. I use a spatula and just kind of flip everything over. 4. Once the potatoes start browning add the meat and mix everything up well. Again, flip everything around occasionally until the meat has cooked and the potatoes are just about done. 5. The idea is for the potatoes to be crispy on the outside and very tender on the inside, so cover the skillet and turn the heat down to low so they can simmer for a while -- maybe 15 minutes or so. The potatoes on the bottom will continue to brown so be sure that you don't wait too long to start this step. 6. After that, uncover and add some beaten eggs keeping the heat on low. Stir constantly until the eggs are done. 7. Finish off with some salt and pepper and serve with toast or biscuits or whatever. It takes a little practice to get everything to come out just right, but it's totally worth it! Give it a shot if you've never tried it before.