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    Try making your own bbq some time....simply use ketchup, brown sugar/molasses, a little vinegar, garlic, and season to taste. Ill will whip in some olive oil as well to give a better consistency.
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    Are you guys cooking the roast with the bbq sauce in the crock pot or are you applying it afterwards?

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    I like to use the country style pork ribs in my crock pot recipe. You can pick them up real cheap too!


    oh and I am going to pick up some Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce.

    That is all...

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    Stop by Dr Hogly Wogly's in the Valley and get a bottle of their Hot Tyler Texas Sause.

    Take 1.5 lbs pork shoulder and rub well with a combo of salt, pepper, onion powder, chili powder, cayenne pepper. Or just grab a basic rub like Prudhomme's to make life easy. Wrap in plastic wrap and put in fridge for about 2 hours minimum (overnight if possible)

    Saute up some garlic and onions with a couple tbl spoons of sweet butter (2 bulbs and one whole white onion respectively). Once browning reduce it down with a little apple cider vinegar (1/3 cup).

    Put all in the crock pot with the seasoned 1.5 lbs pork shoulder and about 1 cup Hogly Wogly's sause and 1/2 cup chicken stock. Put the crock pot on low (my crock pot is inherited from family and has two settings- High/Low). 6-7 hours depending on the crock's heat.

    Serve on King's Hawaiian rolls with some extra bbq sause for those who want it.

    Tried this the other day and went great. YMMV

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    oh, and btw, the 7 lb hunks of pork shoulder from the beef palace are freaking awesome for pulled pork. you will have to defrost them though.
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    Sweet Baby Rays is definetly great from the bottle, but like others have suggested, make you own, so many great recipes out there. I did a pork shoulder on the BBQ two weekends ago. Rubbed it with a nice Carolina rub, overnight, then put in the weber and smoked at 225 degs for about 4 hrs, then into the oven at 225 for another 4hrs...after that, made a vinegar based bbq sauce similar to this one...

    Eastern North Carolina BBQ Sauce Recipe - Allrecipes.com

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    The crockpot pot pulled pork recipes by the OP look great..the wifey makes one real close.
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    Got this bad boy in the crock pot right now

    Rubbed it down with some Pork Rub last night, wrapped it in saran wrap and let it sit in the fridge over night.
    Chopped up some onion and garlic, put in some beef brother & liquid smoke.
    Mixed up some Sweet Baby Rays w/ Franks Red Hot and basted the pork with it before i put it in the crock pot.

    Gonna serve it with some Kings Hawaiian sandwich rolls, Coleslaw and my neighbors bbq sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisch View Post
    Are you guys cooking the roast with the bbq sauce in the crock pot or are you applying it afterwards?
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    From past experience how many servings should a 6.5lb pork shoulder/butt provide? Have about 8-10 coming over, should that be enough?

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    You should be fine. If using the Hawaiian rolls you should get 3-4 per person.
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