How to Make Easy Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork – The Easiest Way

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  1. It's called "pork butt" because in the past barrels that the pork was packed into were referred to as butts. Shoulders became known across the country as a New England Specialty and acquired the name "Boston Butt"".

  2. I used a pork sirloin in a 3Qt Slow Cooker on high for 7 hours, but added onion and garlic powder to the rub, and cooked it in Redd's Black Cherry Ale. I was hesitant to put BBQ sauce on it, it was so good as is! I ended up using it with BBQ in my BBQ pulled pork shepherd's pie, and EVERYONE raved about it (this was my first baked good by the way).

    Definitely redoing that one, but next time I'm enjoying it as is! Thanks for the recipe!

  3. The rub flavoring of cumin and cinnamon completely overpowered and ruined the overall flavor of the meat. Everybody commented on the weird aftertaste of those 2 spices. i should have used just garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper. The pork was tender and juicy and perfectly cooked, but I will never use those 2 spices again when preparing this pulled pork recipe.

  4. Made this last night. Insanely good. Did everything word for word and used kinders bbq sauce. Easily best pulled pork I've ever had. The onions and garlic really put it over the top

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