I couldn’t write a post on pulled pork today with out saying “HAPPY 4th of JULY!” I hope you find yourself having some fun with friends and family with some yummy food too. We are just getting ready to head out to see some fireworks downtown Raleigh. But for now, I will leave you with this yummy recipe I cooked up today.
Since moving to the South, my husband and I have come to love pulled pork. Not just any pulled pork though, it has to be Carolina pulled pork, and more specifically, North Carolina pulled pork. You see, here in the South each region has its own version of this tasty dish and our favorite is the tangy vinegar-based version with a hint of spice and sweetness.
This is a very easy recipe as you just throw everything in the crockpot and let it cook all day while you get stuff done and have some fun. This is probably our absolute favorite crockpot meal and it’s one we have made often here in NC. It’s perfect served up on a slightly toasted hamburger bun or served over cooked rice or quinoa. And if you have any leftovers, it freezes beautifully for an even quicker dinner another night. So next time you get the hankerin’ for some pulled pork, give this recipe a try. It’s sure to please.
This recipe was inspired by the little cookbook that came with my crockpot.
As shared on Frugally Sustainable.