Pull Apart Pork Recipe!

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  1. kayeandjim00

    kayeandjim00 <font color=purple>Now living in Onderland!<br><fo

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    Hoping that someone has a good recipe for pull apart barbeque pork that will feed about 10! I have looked around on the internet and my many cookbooks but can find one that sounds good! Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
     
  2. bananiem

    bananiem It's like Annie Bananie only it's just Bananie M.<

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    Are you talking about a BBQ pork roast on buns? If so, this is how I do it:
    Cook a pork roast all day in a crock pot until it just falls apart. Sometimes I add sliced onions, then they just cook down.
    I heat up however much we need for a couple of nights' dinners in a skillet with some of the juice and our favorite BBQ sauce. (Right now we like Famous Dave's or John Hardy's, which is a local restaurant) I freeze the rest.
    My SIL does a pork roast in the crockpot the same way except she adds a package of the dry Good Seasons Italian dressing mix to it. She serves it au jus.
     
  3. travel with kids

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    I make this all the time. My family loves it.

    I too use the crock pot. I put my pork roast in the crock, salt and pepper both sides, pour a bottle of beer (any kind) over the roast (if you want an onion, I use slices, not diced - it just blends in better with the meat. Place the onion pieces in before the beer) and one bottle of any BBQ sauce, and a can of tomato paste. Put the lid on and let the crockpot do the rest. I usually wait 10 hours (on low). The pork should fall apart (caution -- it is very hot!)

    Good luck and enjoy!!
     
  4. kayeandjim00

    kayeandjim00 <font color=purple>Now living in Onderland!<br><fo

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    Thanks - those recipes sound great! Thank you so much for your help!
     
  5. doxdogy

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    Will have to try adding beer next time I make it. Sounds yummy.
     
  6. Beth E. (NJ)

    Beth E. (NJ) <font color=red>Disney obsessed<br><font color=blu

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    I love pulled pork! I also make it in the crock pot. once I was making a brisket and I over cooked it. I turned it into pulled brisket instead.
     

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