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Steve's Home Poker Blog > Home Poker Food - Pulled Pork Sandwiches!

The chili was a hit at the last home game, so I needed to come up with something better for this one!

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches

2 pounds pork shoulder butt (AKA Boston butt)
1 (18 ounce) bottle of good BBQ sauce
1 (12 ounce) bottle of good root beer
salt
pepper
dried onion
8 hamburger buns

Rub the pork butt with salt, pepper, and dried onion. Place poker in the slow cooker, add root beer, cook on low for 6 hours, turning meat 1/2 way through cooking. When pork shreds easily, drain the liquid, shred the pork, add the BBQ sauce, and cook for another hour.

This recipe serves 8, but I doubled it and we got about 10 sandwiches with leftovers for a few more. I served it with buttermilk coleslaw.

I liked this a lot more than the chili!

Now it's time to brag! I won my second tourney in our
2009 WSOP League last night, and I took a pretty good points lead over everyone else :)


I'll have to try your recipe next time. I just did 2 pork butts overnight in the slow cooker last weekend for my league but used a package mix. It was good but yours sounds better.

So far this year , I've done Chili dogs, Sandwich trays, a fish fry, Italian Poker night with Alfredo, Spaghetti, lasagne and Chicken Marsala (different nights), pot roasts, enchilasas, fajitas, and I plan to do a Prime Rib Roast for December freeroll since it's a smaller crowd.

Posted by Steven_Black on 2009-11-12 01:48:04

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