Top Rated Smoked Pulled Pork Recipes

In the spring of 2002, Jay Knepp and I planted our first vineyard. We planted sangiovese and tempranillo in soil that according to analysis was better that 99 percent of the soil in California for growing grapes. Neither of us had any experience in growing grapes. By some miracle, when October rolled around, 99 percent of them were alive and flourishing. So we invited 150 of our best friends and neighbors to celebrate. Now we are about to have our 10th annual celebration. We served this recipe at the first vineyard dinner.
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Wing-Man
I just love this stuff. I live in Texas and we are supposed to love brisket, but I prefer a good smoked pork butt/shoulder. It taste wonderful and it always turns out tender. I trim off any exposed fat and if you want it even leaner then refrigerate overnight after cooking, open the foil and spoon out the hardened fat. This stuff is great on a bun, by itself and in recipes. Gives your recipes a nice smoky flavor. You can buy rubs at your grocer, but here are a couple that will work excellent and you can save the leftovers for pork ribs. http://www.recipezaar.com/Dry-Rub-for-Ribs-Pork-Shoulder-and-Boston-Butt-177655 or http://www.recipezaar.com/Jims-Dont-Spare-the-Spareribs-Ribs-83678
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Ray R
If you love barbecue, this is the real deal! The pork is pull apart tender with a beautiful dark, crispy "bark". Try it on a sandwich bun topped with your favorite coleslaw.
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KPD
Prep time includes refrigeration time. Cook time depends on smoker, size and cut of meat.
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breezermom
OMG! I made this recipe and I have to say I have never tasted anything so wonderful!! I always think I'll have leftovers, but all I have left is a bone and a few pieces of fat! The rub is from the Loveless Cafe in Nashville Tennessee. It does take a while, but once it's on the grill, all you have to do is throw in some extra charcoal and hickory chips/chunks. So you can do other things around the house while you cook it. The smell while it is cooking is wonderful, so you may have neighbors wandering over! I made this New Years Day for my pork, and since it was just me and my DS, I used a 3 lb boneless pork butt....mistake. I got a few strips of meat as I was pulling it, but otherwise, DS ate it all...he said it was the best thing he'd ever had, and he wants the recipe to cook back at college. He says he'll be a "legend" if he fixes this at school! I know this looks intimidating, but believe me....it is more than worth the effort! Fabulous pork!! Try it once, and you'll be hooked!
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Casey's BBQ
A very tasty and moist pulled pork that has a lot of flavor. This is loved by all that have tried it!
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tshull777
Pulled pork thats sure to please.
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KC_Cooker
This really makes the best tasting barbecue sauce! It's so simple because it involves bottled sauce doctored up a bit! We always use KC Masterpiece brand, but any brand will work just fine! I like this best served with smoked pulled pork.
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