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South Carolina Pulled Pork

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Hello, saw an awesome recipe for South Carolina Pulled pork and decided to give it a try. turned out really good with the dry rub of dry mustard, brown sugar, salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, paprika.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the final step below was to make a no cook mustard sauce with half cup of yellow mustard, brown sugar, white vinegar, worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, salt and pepper. turned out awesome!!!!

 

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looks really tasty! Great job!

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Thank You! dirtsailor2003 it really was different with the mustard sauce. very tasty!

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 It does look good!  I  tried a mustard sauce once and it was good. Need to again.

 

   Mike

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Thank goodness I brought a Tri tip sandwich for lunch from my smoke last night!! I'd be trying to eat those off the screen!

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looks great! :)
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Thank goodness I brought a Tri tip sandwich for lunch from my smoke last night!! I'd be trying to eat those off the screen!

 

at least you got tri tip..i had to settle for tuna and cucumber sandwich...lol.
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at least you got tri tip..i had to settle for tuna and cucumber sandwich...lol.

laugh1.gif We can our own albacore tuna so that's not a bad second option around our house!

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Thank goodness I brought a Tri tip sandwich for lunch from my smoke last night!! I'd be trying to eat those off the screen!

Hehehehehe! Thanks dirtsailor2003. man they sure were good. added some finishing sauce and hot sauce. BBQ HEAVEN :)

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Ups that is a good looking plate of food right there. Never thought of trying pickles on my PP sandwich before. Im going to have to give it a try. Thanks for the Q-view. Craig
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Thanks Mike N Craig. yeah you should give the dill pickle a try Pretty good!!!! :)

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