BBQ Pulled Pork

Pork Butt, also called Boston Butt

Coat a pork butt with a BBQ seasoning rub and cook it low and slow on an outdoor grill until done. 

Cooking time will depend on the size of your meat and the temperature of your grill.  Use a meat thermometer to check, pork is ready for slicing at 160-170 degrees, but if you let it get to 195-200 degrees the fat will melt and the meat will be tender and ready to "pull."

Let the meat rest for 30 minutes loosely covered with foil.  “Pull” or shred pork while it is still warm and place it in a baking pan or crock pot and blanket with your favorite BBQ sauce and cover.  Turn crock pot on low or cover pan with foil and place in a slow oven, 200 degrees, until serving