ROOT BEER PULLED PORK This is one of the easiest recipes you will ever make and it is awesome!
Buy a pork shoulder roast or a picnic cut pork roast. Rub minced garlic all over roast and place in crock pot. If using a picnic cut, place fat side up. Slice up a large vidalia onion and arrange around roast. If you have a favorite dry rub spice, shake over the roast to cover well. Pour in one can of your favorite root beer and cover the crock pot. Turn on low and let cook 8 - 10 hours. Great for getting together in the morning before you go to work and dinner will be ready when you get home.
After it has cooked the full time, remove the roast from the crock pot and place on a cookie sheet. Drain off fat and drippings but save onions. Let pork roast sit for 15 minutes because it is hot. Remove any skin or fat at this time and discard. Use tonges or your hands to shred the pork. Then add in the onions and a season with your favorite BBQ sauce. Mix together well and serve on rolls.
If you prefer Coke or Dr. Pepper you can change it up. Good luck!
I can see the root beer thing, it's a lot like the way you use brown sugar in a pork rub. It's another form of sugar that will impart itself into the pork, and add to the natural sweetness of the meat. I may well be trying this method, I can see how it would work well.
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