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This recipe is top notch. After reviewing the ingredients and reviews, my wife decided to give it a try. This was her first attempt at making pulled pork and was created for a dinner party. She used a 5 lb "Boston Butt" cut of pork and marinated it overnight in dry seasonings. Then she woke up (6 am) and placed the roast and ingredients into the crock pot. The meat was able to cook all day (12 hrs) while we were working. When I came home, the entire house had the aroma of bbq pork and onions! After the bones, fat, and broth were removed from the pork, we pulled the pork and added the bbq sauce. We continued by letting this cook for an additional 1/2 hour.
At that time our guests arrived and devoured our entire roast. The 5 lbs cut of meat was able to feed 6 adults and 2 small children (with one serving left over).
Cooking meat in a crock pot is a slow process and should not be rushed. I would recommend this recipe to any chef who can plan ahead, has patience, and enjoys greater than restaurant quality food. I must say that my wonderful wife did a great job finding high quality product and taking the time to research a sound recipe. A job well done for my chef wife and the recipe creator. Five Stars.......
3 years ago on Crock Pot BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe for Under $15 – Easy and Frugal