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North Carolina-Style Pulled Pork


Source: Elizabeth Karmel
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Rating: 3
by: Henry, NY Reviewed: 05/23/2013
Another Way?
Not a review yet, but it sure looks good. Living in the middle of NYC I have no outdoor grill...is there another way to cook this without a fire (e.g., in an oven)? Probably would lose alot.
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Rating: 5
by: Phyllis, NJ Reviewed: 01/12/2012
Pulled Pork, Best ever!!!
I have been looking for a long time for a pulled pork that the family would really like. This is at the very top of the list. I am really not into a lot of BBQ so this recipe hits the spot! Received an A-1 from Husband, sons-in-law and daughters. It has just enough spice to really be good. We used soft Italian rolls and I made extra sauce. Thanks for something so good!
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Rating: 1
by: Eugene, NC Reviewed: 12/30/2011
Barbecue Confusion!
This recipe is totally confusing about North Carolina barbecue! "Lexington-Style" is Western NC barbecue with a tomato-based sauce. Eastern-Style barbecue has the vinegar-based sauce and there is a distinct and serious rivalry between the fans of each that is akin to the sports rivalry between NC State and UNC teams. They're both good, but let's get it straight! Books have been written about this.
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Rating: 5
by: Nichole Reviewed: 07/29/2011
Nice Change of Pace!
This is a great recipe when you want something a little different from the standard BBQ sauce. I doubled the brown sugar just to make the sauce a little sweeter. Then I only put half the sauce over the pork & served the rest on the side, so each person could decide how much they wanted. It was a huge hit with the entire family.
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Rating: 4
by: RACHEL Reviewed: 07/05/2011
very good!!!!
I made this for my family and it received great reviews! The tanginess of the cider was a nice change from the sweet bbq sauces they were used to. I will save this recipe to use again and again!
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Rating: 3
by: John Reviewed: 08/30/2010
What's with the sugar
If "no sweet tomato sauce (is) allowed, why does the recipe have 1/4 cup brown sugar and then even more sugar. My 'cue sauce does quite well with no sweetener of any kind.
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Rating: 5
by: John Reviewed: 08/30/2010
This is the way it's done.
Now this is the way to do a pulled pork sandwich. 5 Stars
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