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I have a few books that I consider to be essential to cooking just about anything on my smoker, such as pulled pork BBQ. Smoke & Spice by Chery Alters and Bill Jamison is definitely one of them. It is full of recipes and approaches on all things smoking-related. I cannot recommend it enough.
Two of the recipes from the book that I use (with slight variations) whenever I smoke a pork butt or shoulder are the ones for the Southern Sucor rub and the Southern mop. The two combined produce pork with tremendous flavor and a fantastic bark.
I cook my pulled pork BBQ on my Weber Smokey Mountain smoker. It’s easy to fire up, easy to keep running at a steady temperature, and comes in 3 different sizes to fit anyone’s needs.
Most of the pulled pork I made this time went onto sandwiches, topped with a fantastic roasted poblano slaw. But, I kept a bit around for making an out-of-this-world good pulled pork poutine and a few pulled pork hot pockets.