Stuffed Pulled Pork by the BBQ Pit Boys

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Not all Pulled Pork is the same. Watch this detailed stuffed Pork Shoulder recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys that Bobby Fame turns into a Pulled Pork sandwich. Remember, this is all “low and slow” so kick back and put your feet up. And, if the hunger pains get to you real easy, then go get that PB sandwich and cold beer right now before you hit that play button.

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26 replies
  1. Ollie Hopnoodle
    Ollie Hopnoodle says:

    I have watched a lot of your video's. This is now one of my favorites for a lot of reasons. Stuffing the pork shoulder with the different cured meat is genius. The explanation of the proper temperature really helps me understand why you are working to a specific temp. I was surprised to see that after a few hours the internal temp was still low but and hour after taking it off the grill it was still too hot to handle. I was amazed the charcoal lasted that long and the slow feeding of the Pear wood makes total sense once you see it. Thanks guys!

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  2. OpusDeFocus
    OpusDeFocus says:

    Thanks for your cooking advice. I felt the most impressive demonstration was your eating the pulled pork topped with sauce and slaw without lousing your ivory white beard, A.K.A., "the flavor saver." A magnificent display of BBQ etiquette!

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  3. vechmaster
    vechmaster says:

    A bit of a random question, but you are the most qualified people to ask 🙂

    How on earth do I get less paranoid about cooking meat? I'm always afraid it's undercooked, so I always end up overcooking it. Alas I don't have any fancy grilling equipment, but how would I become better at cooking various meats?

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  4. IAmTheCatsMother
    IAmTheCatsMother says:

    How have I only just found you guys? Where have you been all my life? I've just watched about 5 of your videos and I'm sitting here drooling! I'm heading over to your website to do some serious recipe printing.. after I've clicked the subscribe button of course 😉
    BTW – what's the recipe for the sauce you put on those sandwiches at the end? it looks guuuud! LOL

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