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to do this one better- put your pork shoulder in crock pot-add no liquid, it will make its own. slow cook on low for ten hours then meat is done. Drain and save liquid, and put in fridge or for faster, put it in the freezer. once fat is congealed, spoon it out in trash, then add pork liquid to the sauce while it simmers, then add back to meat in crock pot to serve from there- outstanding!

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judgeken November 13, 2012

Made half a recipe and loved it. Will make the entire recipe next time. Went great on our pulled pork. Served with coleslaw and baked beans.

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adopt a greyhound June 20, 2014

Shredded up some left over ham from Easter & simmered it in this sauce for about an hour. Perfect! Just what I was craving & such a wonderful get away from the sliced ham sandwiches & omelets we've been having the past week. Thanks =D

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Princessmitzoue April 14, 2010

Fantastic! This sauce goes very well with the pork my husband smokes. It's got plenty of flavor but not too bitey or spicey for my kids. For my husband and I, we just add some Tabasco to give it the kick we like. Thank you for sharing!

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Daisyforce March 30, 2010

I loved this recipe! I actually made the sauce and then slow-cooked a large piece of pork leg in it (I seared the outside of the pork first). After 3 hours in the oven, the pork just fell apart and the beautiful flavours of the sauce were infused into the meat. Mmmm! My husband and I tried a BBQ pork po' boy when we were honeymooning in the US last year, and I had been craving it ever since but had no idea how to make it. So thanks from a happy Aussie :)

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MelbGirl February 25, 2009

We made this sauce as part of a pulled pork and rib cook out. It was one of 3 sauces with mine being one of them. So it had some heavy competition. I found the sauce to be excellent with a nice balance of flavors. I do not normally use a mustard based sauce, but this is one of the best I have tried. The mustard was not over powering. Perfect. Thank you for the recipe. I will make again.

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Roger/OH September 17, 2007

I made this just as directed with the exception of using Allspice instead of the ground cloves. I think next time I will try it with 1/2 cup yellow mustard and 1/2 cup brown mustard for a little extra kick.

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Morrison April 01, 2007

Not a big fan of mustard based sauces, but this one turned me around. I get it now.

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Chef Jeff S March 19, 2007

The photo of the bbq'd bacon cheeseburger got to me. Just HAD to try this sauce. It's even better than it looks/sounds! Next time I'll make a double batch! It's almost gone already and I just made it last night. Dipped a patty melt in it for breakfast and will pour it over pork roast for lunch; YUM!

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Skyway Tart February 16, 2007
Pulled Pork and BBQ Sauce