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Cook the Issue 2010: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches

By Pielove, member

September 13th, 2010

This was tasty, easy, and made the house smell wonderful-- which is kind of rough on a day when I was working from home!  I usually make Gretchen's Oven Pulled Pork, Gretchen being one of the Cook's Talk folks.  My family prefers Gretchen's version (pork butt is cooked in oven at 275 degrees for 8 hours).  This slow-cooker version was quite good, but the sauce tasted more like a sloppy joe than anything else-- that said, I enjoyed it!  (But dang, it was hard to photograph!  Mine ended up looking more like a muddy turtle on a bun!)

Recipe Used: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches


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Comments (2)

ICDOCEAN1 writes: Muddy turtle on a bun, that's funny! I don't know that I could add ketchup to any pulled pork recipe. I have made Gretchen's recipe several times, just the oven once, at night and it was too hard to sleep and smell pork. The other times in the smoker and then finished in the oven and then again just in the smoker. Posted: 9:05 am on October 31st

liamsaunt writes: Muddy turtle on a bun." Hahaha! Thanks for the laugh this morning!! :-) Posted: 7:21 am on September 14th

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