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Pulled pork finishing sauce

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Over the weekend, I ate at Smokey Oak Taproom in Charleston, SC. The BBQ is quite good...really good. Their pulled pork had a salty taste (no wang) which I assume was a finishing sauce added. Most I have had is sweet, including my own.

 

I'm sure it's not vinegar....I hate vinegar! I looked at several recipies without much success. Any suggestions?

 

(it was almost like the taste of their kielbasa)  

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Over the weekend, I ate at Smokey Oak Taproom in Charleston, SC. The BBQ is quite good...really good. Their pulled pork had a salty taste (no wang) which I assume was a finishing sauce added. Most I have had is sweet, including my own.

 

I'm sure it's not vinegar....I hate vinegar! I looked at several recipies without much success. Any suggestions?

 

(it was almost like the taste of their kielbasa)  

Sounds more like additional Rub added to the Pulled Pork rather than a Finishing Sauce. Possibly a week Brine, made with water or stock, where the herbs and spices were steeped in..,JJ

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Sounds more like additional Rub added to the Pulled Pork rather than a Finishing Sauce. Possibly a week Brine, made with water or stock, where the herbs and spices were steeped in..,JJ


Didn't think of that. I agree though. Sounds about right. Wish I knew what it was...I really liked it. I guess I will try to come up with something the next time I do a butt. Thanks Chef for replying!

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