Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Pulled Pork on Texas Toast

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While watching the news the other morning they were showing a restaurant that made pulled pork sandwiches. I love to cook and I love to eat, so that's all it took to be convinced that I had to make pulled pork. After gearing up with propane and Texas toast, I was ready to make some slow cooked pulled pork. I have made it before and usually feel like I have to have an excuse to make it because it takes so long, but I figured seeing it on TV and having it make my mouth water was excuse enough. It's definitely one of those meats that has me going back to the refrigerator at odd hours of the night to sample more. Serve on Texas toast, hamburger buns, or just by itself. Either way, its all good!

Pulled Pork on Texas Toast

4 lb. bone-in pork shoulder
2/3 cup ketchup
½ cup brown sugar
½ cup apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. fresh minced garlic
Salt & Pepper
Seasoning salt


Rub garlic onto pork shoulder covering all sides

Season with salt, pepper and a little seasoning salt

Preheat grill to 500F

Place pork shoulder on grill 5 minutes per side to sear

Place pork shoulder in a crock pot with ½ cup water and cook on low-medium for 1 hour

Meanwhile mix ketchup, brown sugar, and apple cider vinegar

Drain fat and water from pork shoulder

Smother with sauce

Continue to cook on low for 10 hours

Remove bone and then shred pork using two forks

Mix with sauce and cook an additional 30 minutes

Serve on texas toast (add a dab of BBQ sauce if preferred)

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