I'd like to feed the boys at work some tasty pulled pork. Do to my work schedule and the amount of time it takes to smoke the butts, about the only way I can do this is to smoke them 6-7 days in advance, pull, vacuum seal and freeze. My question is: what would be the best way to reheat the pp and keep warm for 2-3hrs without drying it out? The pp would be served on buns as sandwiches + sides. I would appreciate some input on this idea so I don't screw it up on my first attempt. I was thinking of buying an electric roaster for reheating and keeping the pp warm, by first, thawing the pp in the fridge the day before, then the day of, placing vacuum sealed bags of pp into sealed freezer bags (double protection) and then into a hot bath of 170° or so for about 1- 1½ hrs. Remove bags from roaster, empty the water and then put the pp back into the roaster (w/out bags) with some apple juice or finishing sauce to keep warm. It sounds to me that this method would work but I've never done it before so I'm not sure. What do you guys think?