Yield: Yields 8 to 10 sandwiches.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can make the pork ahead and reheat. To reheat pulled pork, put the meat in a 9×13-inch Pyrex baking dish or disposable foil pan, moisten the meat with more barbecue sauce, and cover tightly with foil. Heat in a 250°F oven for 30 to 40 minutes, stirring occasionally. Leftovers canalso be heated in the microwave on medium in a Pyrex dish.
I make pulled pork as often as I can, and when I do, I use this recipe. I've grilled the butt over gas, slow wood coals, and baked it in the oven. The cole slaw marinated in the same thin vinegar BBQ sauce as the meat is the perfect companion. The flavor and mouth feel of the spicy meat, slaw and bun are incomparably and irresistibly tasty, you just want to keep eating! I always use a rub to infuse the meat,and I always use another thick homemade BBQ sauce on the side at the table. The Kansas City is excellent. I have served this at too many gatherings to count. People rave from the first bite! The down side: No matter how big a chunk of pork I start with, there are NEVER any leftovers!
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