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Perfect Pulled Pork

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As far as road-food goes, nothing can touch a tasty pulled pork sandwich.  And in a delicious twist of fate, nothing is simpler to make on the road, or easier to clean up afterward.

I use a generous amount of the same barbeque rub we made earlier (recipe, here) on a four pound pork shoulder and allow it to rest in the refrigerator for several hours.  Throw a sliced onion, a couple of garlic cloves and a cup of ginger ale in the bottom of a crock-pot.  Place the meat in the pot, turn it on low, and let it cook for twelve hours.  Remove the pork from the crock-pot and shred it with your fingers, which is easy because after twelve hours it basically falls apart into a meaty pile of deliciousness.  Mix the shredded meat with an entire bottle of Stubb’s Spicy barbeque sauce and you’re done.

The two of us will get four meals out of this and only have to clean one pot.  That’s pretty freaking perfect in my book.

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