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Nick's Pulled Pork Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Nick Gillman

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 Boston Butt (bone in pork shoulder) 5-7 pounds
Basic BBQ Rub (see recipe)
Mop Sauce (see recipe) Set aside some mop sauce for meat after it is pulled apart and for the slaw
Soaked wood chips

Directions:
Directions:
--Light grill and set it up for indirect grilling. The meat should never be over direct heat or flame. Place disposable foil pan under rack that will hold roast.

--Coat meat generously with Basic BBQ Rub

--Add 1 cup wood chips to coals or in a disposable pan near flame

--Place roast fat side up on grill

--Turn every hour cooking until internal temperature reaches 195F. (4-6 hours or longer depending on size of roast)

--Begin basting with mop sauce every hour after the first hour

--Add cup wood chips every hour

--When roast is done (should tender enough to be pulled by hand). Remove fro grill to large pan and pull meat apart.

--Toss meat with some mop sauce

--Serve on buns with BBQ sauce and coleslaw (for this recipe we use thinly sliced cabbage tossed with some of the mop sauce) if desired

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:

--From Jane: When Nick joined our family I mentioned to him that I sure wished someone in the family would make a good pulled pork. This is the recipe he came up with and it's the best I've ever had! Try it with some of Michael's BBQ Sauce.

--From Tim: I'll agree that this is some of the best pulled pork I've eaten. So good in fact that it is the recipe I follow at home. Thank you Nick for bringing this to us. This takes a while to cook properly so be sure you are surrounded with good company and have plenty of beer on hand. Enjoy!

 

 

 

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