Lexington-Style Pulled Pork For Gas Grill
From Cook's Country
Traditional vinegar-based Lexington-style pulled pork recipes take hours to prepare. We wanted to simplify this recipe without sacrificing flavor. To do so, we used a combination of grilling and oven-roasting to reduce the cooking time from all day to just a few hours. To infuse our Lexington-Style pulled pork with ample smoke flavor despite the abbreviated cooking time, we doubled the amount of wood chips we used.
Serves 8 to 10
Pork butt (often labeled Boston butt) is usually sold boneless and wrapped in netting but is sometimes available on the bone. If barbecuing a bone-in roast, or if your pork butt weighs more than 5 pounds, plan on an extra 30 to 60 minutes of oven cooking time.
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