This video makes this look like a two minute meal, when in reality it is quite the opposite. You can smoke a Boston Butt for up to 16 hours to achieve the most succulent pulled pork you have ever tasted. But it is just that easy. Rub it with your favourite spice blend, then smoke, shred and enjoy on any number of things. Don’t get me wrong. Pulled pork is something that takes time and patience. But it is SO worth it in the end.
You can also baste your Boston Butt with a spray bottle filled with apple juice, or any other flavoured liquid you like. Keep in mind that alcohol will flame if it touches the charcoal.
You don’t have to just eat this stuff on a bun though! You can also eat it in many other meals like:
Pulled Pork Carnitas
Pulled Pork Egg Rolls
Pulled Pork Poutine
Pulled Pork Pizza Sliders
What have you done with your Pulled Pork?
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