Have made this in the crock pot several times! It's a great recipe and very simple.
I follow the recipe but add a little liquid smoke too.
This is by far the best pulled pork I have ever eaten. Moist, tasty, spices were perfect. It was a hit with my family, and my son invited a couple friends over to share. Everyone raved about it. I followed the recipe exactly, and I would make no changes. Sorry no picture, we ate it too quickly.
This is my favorite pulled pork recipe. Right before I'm about to serve it, I shred it and pour a bottle of my favorite BBQ sauce all over the meat. It's amazing!
So easy and so good! I use parsley instead of thyme, add 1 tsp. onion powder, and use regular instead of smoked paprika.
I made this for a family party once and it has become my most requested meal for every get together no matter how big or small. It's so easy but it has such big flavor. I can't even tell you how many times I've given this recipe to people since I make this now for pretty much every family gathering. It's so popular!
I heat my BBQ sauce on the stove while the pork is resting. I mix the pork in with the sauce once it is pulled. Taste much better that way.
I made a 11 pound roast and when it was time to clean up just had to wash the pot there was noting left. Everyone liked the idea of adding the amout of BBQ sauce to there sandwich.
I first saw this recipe in the FoodNetwork Magazine and decided to try it. OMG..my family went crazy. We made sandwiches and topped them with coleslaw...Yum-O. I have since made this 3 times and it gets the same results. But I also tweaked the recipe a little bit, I added a teaspoon of chile flakes to my rub and it was even better.
I have done pulled pork many ways, but I have to say that this is the best way to cook pulled pork ever! It comes out tasting amazing!