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    Default Pulled pork in the crock pot

    Ive been craving some good pulled pork sandwiches today and wanna make it in the crock pot. Anyone have any good recipes or techniques for this?

    After a quick Google search this seems like a decent route to start http://genxfinance.com/crock-pot-bbq...sy-and-frugal/

    also heres a recipe ive had for a while that seems interesting http://www.sailorjerry.com/blogs/201...m_pulled_pork/
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    I've done a recipe almost exactly like the first one, actually, it is exactly the first one, just a different source and it was awesome! I used KC Masterpiece Private Stock BBQ sauce on mine and it came out great.
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    I use a similar setup except I use mesquite liquid smoke and kirkland mesquite seasoning. I'll also use onions, fresh garlic, and salt/pepper. I will cover the meat in the crockpot with the BBQ sauce and cook it that way. I'll use an inexpensive BBQ sauce for this part. You can also add some beef broth in there. I prefer to cook it with more liquid so it doesn't dry out if you overcook it. Once its all done I pull the meat out (heh), shred it, and use a better BBQ sauce to mix the meat with. I am partial to the Jack Dagnels (EMT shoutout) BBQ sauce.
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    You can also make your own BBQ sauce. Easy as pie and you can make it just the way you like it.

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    My neighbors got a killer BBQ recipe, i should ask him for it and test it out. I am a fan of Sweet Baby Rays though. I could probably eat Sweet Baby Rays mixed with some Franks Red Hot on anything.

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    The spicy Sweet Baby Rays is my favorite bbq sauce.

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    make your own...you can try all kinds of things and it only takes minutes to 1/2 hour depending on how long you like to simmer it.

    also, just thermometer the pork. get it to 200 and you're good as gold.

    I can't say I'm a fan of mesquite though. I really dislike the taste.
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    My wife makes a great pulled pork in the crock pot. The only difference that I see from what others suggested is she uses Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce.
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    I'll need to try the first recipe, certainly doesn't go for 1.39 an lb around here, more like 2.49 to 2.99 for boston butt.

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    If I HAVE to, I am willing to come over and be the official taster of such porkiness.
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