Pulled Pork with Mint Julep Barbecue Sauce

In the Carolinas, barbecue sauce is a subject of fierce debate. East Carolinians prefer a spicy vinegar-based blend, West Carolinians swear by a slightly sweet tomato-based sauce and South Carolinians favor mustard-based mixes. This sauce combines all three versions with the addition of bourbon and fresh mint.
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Review 1 for Pulled Pork with Mint Julep Barbecue Sauce
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Zia7
Delaware
March 29, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Once a week
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Lots of Work!
March 29, 2011
Made this awhile back in a crockpot. It was great, but I messed up the sauce and added dried mint (couldn't get fresh) to the meat instead. Always read the recipe ahead!
But after about 8 hours the scent was so enticing I had to try it. It took a really cheap cut of pork into something extraordinary. But as I said I messed with the recipe towards the end and it became extremely inedible! Would do it again in a heartbeat (skipping the mint sauce) but this is the only recipe I ever tried for pulled pork.
I think I'll try the other recipe listed and see if it's less work with the same result as others have stated in previous reviews.
Pros: Will Make Again
Cons: Ingredients, Lengthy
Review 2 for Pulled Pork with Mint Julep Barbecue Sauce
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
JoanneS
Studio City CA
May 3, 2010
Would You Recommend? Yes
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And in Second Place
May 3, 2010
this recipe is not quite as good as the pulled pork sandwich recipe. It is significantly more work for lesser results.