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Old 07-02-2013, 01:34 PM   #1
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Has anyone done pulled pork in a crockpot? If so, how did it turn out? Did you use a shoulder or loin? Rub or liquid? Thanks!
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Has anyone done pulled pork in a crockpot? If so, how did it turn out? Did you use a shoulder or loin? Rub or liquid? Thanks!
Being that I live in an apartment and I don't have a grill, I do this all the time. No promise that mine is any good either though.

I add maybe a half cup of water, I rub down the pork (shoulder usually), and then put it in the crockpot, set it on low, go to work, come back home after 7-8 hours, and I pull it with a fork. I don't sauce mine because there is some much food that I use different sauces over the next few days. Super easy and you have lots of food. I took one to work (I teach) one day for a hall lunch and everyone loved it.
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works great for me every time. loin, applewood rub(mccormicks grill mates) 16oz can of chicken broth. fat side up, cook on low for 8 or so hours. i lift the fat off the loin after cooking, leave only a cup or so of liquid, dash of liquid smoke, 2 bottles of cattlemans smokehouse. fill up buns, enjoy pure pork pleasure.
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Butts (shoulder) is better for pulling.
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forgot to add, shred with 2 meatforks after adding bbq sauce.
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America's Test Kitchen has a great recipe that I've modified over the years:
http://www.americastestkitchen.com/r...hp?docid=23238

You'll need to register for a free acct to see it. Browning the meat in a pan after you shred it works very well. I have an oval shaped dutch oven that works way better than crock pots. Can stick it in the oven, lid seals well.
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I do it all the time with a boneless loin. I salt it and put it in the crock pot on medium overnight until about lunch time the next day. When its done, it just crumbles with a fork. I pull it apart and then add my sauce of choice and mostly use it for sandwiches.
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Use a Boston Butt, Rub it & let it sit for a few hours. Put in Crock Pot, cover with sliced raw onion (rings) & pour a half a can of Original Coca Cola. Cook it overnight. Take it out, let it cool down & remove fat & pull. Cover with Cattlemans Southern Gold BBQ Sauce.

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It's a sorry substitute for the real thing. When I lived up north in the big city, we made do with this, but the difference between crock pot and smoked is like night and day.
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It's a sorry substitute for the real thing. When I lived up north in the big city, we made do with this, but the difference between crock pot and smoked is like night and day.
As long as he doesn't call it BBQ we're all good

Crock pot pulled pork gives you a good product, but no, it's nowhere near BBQ pulled pork.

For some that's good enough ... it's easier and less time consuming.
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Yea, we use loin or butt. Pour a cup or so of Coke or Dr. Pepper, whatever you want, into the crockpot and then let it cook all day at work. Come home and pull it. I actually prefer to go ahead and mix mine thoroughly with a lot of sauce and then let it sit in the frig overnight. I prefer a sweet hickory type sauce for this application. I actually eat it cold on a bun with slaw and it's really good. I think the sauce sinks into the meat much better if you let it sit in the frig over night.
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This is one of many reasons why I love the south. I went to North Dakota for 2 weeks to look for jobs and my brother in law told me that there were NO Bar-B-QUE restaurants in North Dakota. I about passed out. Imagine how much money somebody could make if they had some pits and a nice place to cook and serve it in. There's a place here called Willy Jewels and they make a killing even though there's a Sonny's right up the road.
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I appreciate the advise from all...using crockpot for the simplicity only. Good recipes!
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I did this last night. Don't have the exact measurements in front of me right now:

Pork Loin
Sliced Onion
Orange Juice
Red Wine Vinegar
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Red Pepper
Montreal Steak Seasoning
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3 Bay Leaves

Lay in sliced onions, then the pork, rub down with garlic. Pour in the rest of the ingrediants and cook on low for 6-7 hours.

Recipe says slice the loin but I pull it out and let it rest a bit then pull it and put it back into the sauce.
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I'm noticing it's pretty common to add the sauce after it's done cooking. Is this the best way to do it, or does cooking it in the sauce not make much of a difference?
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There is nothing wrong with crockpot BBQ. It will never approach the real stuff though. Still, any BBQ is better than no BBQ. There have been times when for reasons of weather or just plain convenience I have cooked it that way. Its all good.

This past winter my butcher gave me one of these prepackaged rubbed pork shoulders made for the crockpot. Free is free so I gave it a try. You just drop the paste covered pork shoulder in the machine and let it go on slow. No liquids are added. It pulled OK and the consensus was that it was good but not nearly as good as my own. I don't like sugary meats and this wasn't. Had a pleasant Southwestern flavor. BTW, it had been brined with the seasonings as well. I can do without all of the chemicals used in these things. One big reason for doing your own. On rare occasion it is probably OK though.




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Serving Size: 112gServings per Container: varies

Amount Per Serving
Calories: 200
Total Fat: 13gSaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 60mgSodium: 340mgTotal Carbs: 2gFiber: 0gSugars: 0gProtein: 18g

Ingredients: Tenderness and Juiciness Improved with Up to Twelve Percent ++Solution Ingredients: Water, Potassium Lactate, Sodium Phosphates, Salt, Sodium Diacetate. +++Seasoning Ingredients: Chili Peppers, Onion, Salt, Paprika, Cumin, Cayenne, Pepper, Garlic, Ginger, Oregano, Celery Seed, Thyme. of a Patented Flavoring Solution++ Rubbed with BBQ Seasoning+++ ++Solution Ingredients: Water, Potassium Lactate, Sodium Phosphates, Salt, Sodium Diacetate. +++Seasoning Ingredients: Chili Peppers, Onion, Salt, Paprika, Cumin, Cayenne, Pepper, Garlic, Ginger, Oregano, Celery Seed, Thyme.


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I'm noticing it's pretty common to add the sauce after it's done cooking. Is this the best way to do it, or does cooking it in the sauce not make much of a difference?
Cook it in the brine or whatever mixture you have, and then add sauce later. If you cook it in the sauce too. All of those flavors are going to start mixing and confusing themselves. Cook it without, and then add sauce for that top flavor.
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There is nothing wrong with crockpot BBQ. It will never approach the real stuff though. Still, any BBQ is better than no BBQ. There have been times when for reasons of weather or just plain convenience I have cooked it that way. Its all good.

Crockpot pulled pork is not BBQ. BBQ is the low and slow cooking method.

You can still get pulled pork from cooking in a crockpot or oven, but that doesn't make it BBQ.

That's like going to an ACC game and saying "I just watched Football." It may look at feel the same, but it's nowhere close to being the same thing.
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This isn't exactly pulled pork but I did it two weeks ago and it was awesome!
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Crockpot pulled pork is not BBQ. BBQ is the low and slow cooking method.

You can still get pulled pork from cooking in a crockpot or oven, but that doesn't make it BBQ.

That's like going to an ACC game and saying "I just watched Football." It may look at feel the same, but it's nowhere close to being the same thing.

Agreed.

No smoke = no Barbecue.

Anyways we did a BBQ thread a while back where I posted my brine and dry rub recipes. I've used them in oven-cooked pork with no problems, so you should have no issue with the crockpot. You can also cheat a little and add some liquid smoke for additional flavor, but you still won't get close to a good barbeque. Either way though, you'll have a decent sandwich.
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