Wife asked me to do a little bbq for the people at her work. She works with about 20 people and I figured pulled pork would be easiest. Cooking them today, once they are done and shredded, going to bag it up and she is going to heat it up at work in a crock pot on warm. Figured that would heat them up nice without drying it out.
15.5lbs of shoulder, but didn't realize they were boneless when I picked them up at costco. Pat them dry with paper towel after taking them out and realized... when the bone was removed it made things sloppy. I didn't want parts to overcook so I did a quick trussing job on them. Then a splash of apple cider vinegar, rubbed down with my rib rub (Fiesta Seasonings Pork Rub), and a fistfull of brown sugar on top. Done this method for a while and it hasn't let me down yet. 15.5lbs of pulled pork is a lot for a group of 20 ladies, so I guess that leaves a bunch for us!
As of this posting they have been on for right at 12hrs, should be done by the time I finish my yard work that I am about to start. Will post after pics when done! Here is a shot when I put them on late last night, and another one once the sun came up with my "helper".
BGE XL- Tomball, TX
"Well let me just quote the late-great Colonel Sanders, who said, "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken" - Ricky Bobby