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Re Heating pulled pork

Ike WittIke Witt Posts: 195
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Need some advice / suggestions for re heating pulled
pork. thanks



  • DynaGreaseballDynaGreaseball Posts: 1,409
    Heat it up in a pot with some Coka Cola. Not Diet, but the boy variety. Sounds wierd, but it works every time.
  • After I pull a butt off the BGE, I will shred immediately and put into a large aluminum pan and hold in the oven which keeps things warm. For the day after, I will put the pan back in the oven at about 250 degrees, but I like to sprinkle the pork with my rub and mix that back in. As the pork fat heats up and mixes with the's even better the second day.
  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    I prefer reheating it in a covered pan, but vacuum bags in hot water work good too.

    A poll of Barbecuists regarding popular reheating liquids revealed the following in order of popularity.

    Apple juice + cooking juice
    Apple juice + chicken broth
    Apple juice + cooking juice + cider vinegar
    Coca-Cola + chicken broth
    Coca Cola + BBQ sauce
    Apple juice
    Apple juice + cider vinegar
    Dr. Pepper + cooking juice
    RC Cola + sauce
    Cider vinegar + water
    Vinegar + water (or apple cider)
    Fruit nectar
    Pineapple juice + sauce
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