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Another winning recipe from ROV Chef ☻ I only tweaked the recipe a little. I cut off the skin/fat cap first. I use Paula Deen's pork rind recipe at foodnetwork.com for it. In the South, we eat everything but the "oink". You might want to use half the chipotle in adobo, if you want less heat. YUMMERS

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MakeDollarHoller February 28, 2010

Made this when the guys came over for football and everyone loved it. It was super easy and tasted great. I'm not sure I got the sauce right and ended up just adding a bit of bottled sauce, so it probably wasn't as good as it could have been, but regardless it did have a nice smoke flavor for being in a crock pot.

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GrillINman November 15, 2009

It's a great and easy recipe. You may want to cut the honey and brown sugar to 1/4 each, or just add them to taste. At full strength, it's awfully sweet, but still tasty. It also makes your house smell wonderful.

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tomburkart August 03, 2009

Well Chef, you got me again. My DH and I have long been fans of the Carolina style of pulled pork, with a vinegar based sauce, no tomato?! Anyhow, I love your recipes and I had a pork shoulder and a can of chilis in adobo, so off we went... First of all, my pork wouldn't fit in the crockpot, so I drug out the electric roaster, no prob. I put it in frozen, cooked overnight and in the morning I had the most beautiful, tender chunk of meat ever. I was nervous about the sauce, wondering what hubby would think, but we loved it! Served with cole slaw on a kaiser roll with over roasted sweet potato fries and we ate 'til we were sick!! This IS our new recipe! Thanks Chef, it's a winner.

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me & alex June 19, 2008

This is a FIVE STAR KEEPER! Absolutely delicious. I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't read the instructions carefully and added all the ingredients to the crockpot in the first place. I went ahead and made the sauce too, but the meat already tasted so good that we just dribbled a little sauce on top for more flavor. I used only 1 teaspoon of seasoning salt rather than a tablespoon. Made for Pick-A-Chef. Thanks ROV Chef for a truly great recipe.

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puppitypup September 16, 2007

This pulled pork was practically effortless to make. I love recipes that you can throw into the crockpot in the morning and forget about until dinner time. This had a wonderful flavor, however everyone in my family thought the sauce was way too sweet. I would make this again, but I would probably reduce BOTH the honey and brown sugar to 1/2 cup each, or to taste. I served this topped with cole slaw on a kaiser roll. This was made for PAC spring 2007.

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Bayhill May 07, 2007
Yankee Cheater Pulled Pork