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So easy and turned out delicious. Done in 10 hours. Thanks for the recipe.

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NewEnglandCook July 19, 2009

I couldn't find chipotle & mesquite powder at my grocery, so I substituted a generic mexican ground chile and one tablespoon of mesquite Liquid Smoke. Cooked for 2 1/2 hours on high, then 5 1/2 hours on low. Fall apart tender, and very tasty! I will make this again - it will be great for feeding lots of people.

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Schwabina June 27, 2009

Holy Crap Batman! This was awesome! I did a 5 lbs pork shoulder roast and just doubled the rub. I did not use the dried chipotle powder just because I couldn't find it, and I forgot to add the liquid smoke. I let it cook on high for about 11 hours. It was fall of the bone ready. We had a some family over and they all said this some of the best they've ever had. Thanks. This will become a family staple.

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Ibeeamarriedman June 20, 2009

This is sooo good. I cooked this on low for about 12 hours overnight and the meat was out of this world. I used the rub for coating but did not marinate. Instead added apple juice (straight), cider vinegar, sliced onion, and garlic cloves. The meat was seasoned perfectly when done. Made my own buns "soft As Wonder" White Bread, coleslaw from Dinosaur BBQ, and Pig Pickin Sauce by Mean Chef. Can't get better than this! I buttered the buns and grilled them before topping them with pork and slaw per Chef #277594. Thanks much for posting this!

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Rinshinomori April 28, 2009

Great recipe. Very easy.

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Ktbug204 March 13, 2009

This pulled pork was amazing! I followed the recipe for the rub, except I did not have chipotle or mesquite powder, so I used 1 tbsp of cayenne pepper and it turned out fantastic. I used apple juice instead of the concentrate. I cooked my 5 lb pork shoulder overnight, and in the morning my house smelled incredible, and the meat was falling of the bone. I shredded the meat with two forks, removed the fat, and reserved a bit of the cooking liquid. Added meat back in, and kept it on warm. Served on rolls with Sweet & Spicy BBQ sauce on the side. EVERYONE loved this! There were 6 of us, and everyone had at least 2 sandwhiches each. I prepared more rub ,and I just put another roast in the 'gridge

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MaryMeow March 08, 2009

This was amazing! I received a crock pot for Christmas this past year, and was itching to use it! I've never made pulled pork before, but this recipe was extremely easy to follow. It smelled delicious, and was definitely fall-off-the-bone tender! Incredible! Everyone raved about it! I will definitely make this again, and with regularity!

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LPaslo February 16, 2009

Thought it was great! I made this for a b-day party of 40 guests. I had many people comment on how good it was. This is a keeper!

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severnsuppers January 26, 2009
Crock Pot Pulled Pork