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Feb 12, 2018

Over & Happy

The play is over and I'm very happy to say that it was received well. All the participants were excited to perform and got rave reviews from the audience.
Afterward everyone moved to the cafeteria for dinner. The pulled pork was the highlight of the evening and I was asked repeatedly for the recipe.
I told all who were in earshot and will, again share with you all.
This recipe works with frozen or thawed pork butt. Mine were partially frozen. This is also for a large group but can easily be broken down to serve less. This would be a hit at family reunions or church socials.
  1. 3 pork butt roasts
  2. 2 three liter bottles coke (acts as a tenderizer and adds flavor)
  3. 2 coffee pots of strong coffee (acts as a tenderizer and adds flavor)
  4. 2 large onions - peeled but do not slice
  5. 4 cloves of garlic
  6. Your favorite seasonings - I use Accent, several of the Slap Yo Momma seasonings, pepper, Sea Salt, 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
  7. Powdered Ranch Dressing (2 pkgs)
  • In a very large cooking pot place the butt roasts. Add the cokes and coffee to the pot.
  • Bring to a rolling boil and cover to cook for an hour.
  • Add all other ingredients and lower heat to simmer for approximately 4 to 5 hours more, checking with a fork to see when tender or falling apart.
  • Remove from heat and allow to rest for an hour before the process of pulling apart. I use two forks to shred the pork.  The aroma at this point is mouth watering!!! You may have to fight off your family and the whole neighborhood.
  • You can add your favorite BBQ sauce at this time.
  • This is great served on buns or wrapped in a flour tortilla or as a main dish with mashed potatoes/green beans/rolls.


Needled Mom said...

Sounds so good. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Gene Black said...

Congrats on the success of your play!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

My recipe is pretty close to yours. However, I use the crock pot and root beer because that's what Terry drinks. Cherry Dr. Pepper works great too. Glad the production went well. Bet you were so proud!!
xx, Carol

Susan said...

Congratulations on the great finish to the play project! Your cooking is amazing, but yes, I'd need to stick with just one roast! LOL

Magpie's Mumblings said...

So glad that your play turned out so well. Your recipe sounds delicious too!

Angie in SoCal said...

Congrats on your successful play. That pulled pork sounds so yummy. I'm saving that recipe.
Thank you, Rhonda!


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