What Should I BARBEQUE Or What is something to grill? the answer to these 2 Questions IS Carolina Style BBQ: Pulled Pork. In this BBQ video we are going to show you a simple recipe and technique to guarantee you will have the best BBQ for everyone to enjoy.
Anytime we are trying to plan for a family get together or Holiday we are always trying to figure out what to cook. And Father’s Day are no different, with one exception. It is June and the weather is beautiful, and every father loves to Grill and Barbeque.
How to make pulled pork, Carolina Style. In this video, we are going to be showing you an easy RECIPE and full-proof TECHNIQUES to guarantee an amazing Carolina Style BBQ – Pulled Pork.
In addition, we will be sharing with you a simple recipe for that Carolina Slaw that will make those Carolina Style BBQ Sandwich stand out. When you Barbeque that Pulled Pork, Carolina Style. Everyone will be coming back for seconds and even thirds. So, make sure you cook enough Pulled Pork Carolina Style to save your father some for leftovers.
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We hope that you watch these videos and that it helps you. Please know that if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me and I will be happy to help. Good luck and hope to see you at a BBQ competition somewhere.
Carolina Style BBQ
- Grill / Smoker
- 2 ea. Boston Butts
- Brown Sugar Rubs
- Rufus Teague – Meat Rub
- Damp Dry with a paper towel
- Apply a liberal amount of Rufus Teague – Meat Rub to all side of the Boston Butt
- Pre-heat your Recteq pellet smoker to 275°
- Place the Boston Butts on the smoker and cook until you get the color you are looking for or an internal temperature of ±165°
- Remove the Boston Butts from the smoker and apply a liberal about of Parkay and Brown Sugar.
- Wrap with Aluminum Foil and return to the Recteq Pellet Smoker and continue to cook until you reach an internal Temperature of ±208°
- Remove and let the Meat rest for about 1-hour
- Shred and Enjoy
- Let us know how they turned out and Tag #EliteBBQSmokers in your social media post.