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Pulled pork reheating

hotgrillharryhotgrillharry Posts: 16
edited 7:06PM in EggHead Forum
I'm cooking up some butts for a party tomorrow night. They will be ready around 2 today. Any particular recommendations for storing and reheating?

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  • Jupiter JimJupiter Jim Posts: 2,553
    I have taken cold pulled pork from the icebox and reheated in the crock pot with a can of coke and they ate it all with no complaints. I let them sauce at the table.
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  • You can put the pork in an aluminum pan & moisten the meat with a little apple juice. Take some Saran wrap and cover the pan, then place in your oven at 200 degrees.
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    West Jefferson NC Summer

  • Thanks for the responses.
  • CBBQCBBQ Posts: 610
    Because of sugar concerns I use chicken broth to heat it up. Sauce at the table.
  • PetuniaPetunia Posts: 110
    Reheating meat for the two of us I always steam the meat. Not only does it keep the meat moist but you don't have to worry about it burning. I also tried reheating it with coke and found it came out about the same as the steamed meat.
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