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Southern Pulled Pork with Coleslaw and Mustard Sauce
Description:This recipe has 3 components: 1) Pulled Pork w/ Marinade 2) Coleslaw 3) Mustard Sauce This is best eaten by making a pulled pork sandwich, on a bun, and dropping both the coleslaw and mustard sauce right on top! Mmmmm - go get it!
Ingredients:

Pulled Pork:
8-9lb Boston Butt

Marinade:
3 cups of coffee (brewed)
3 cups of cider vinegar
2 white onions, finely
1 cup mollasses

Coleslaw:
(dry)
1 head of cabbage, finely shredded
2 carrots, finely grated

(wet)
1 1/2 cups of mayo
1/2 cup white vinegar
3/4 cup white sugar
1tbs celery seed
Salt & Pepper to taste

Mustard Sauce:
1 cup white vinegar
3/4 cup yellow mustard (cheapest)
1/2 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup tomato puree
1 tbs minced garlic
1-1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
Black Pepper to taste

Instructions:

Pulled Pork:
marinate pork in deep dish, and put in refrigerator overnight - after marinating, wrap pork in heavy aluminum foil and pour two cups of marinade over pork - set aside rest of marinade for basting

Grill Instructions:
Prepare grill to hold 225-240 temperature for several hours - You will cook the pork 1 HOUR PER POUND - There are two approaches you can take with the pork 1)keep in foil and continue to add marinade throughout the process 2) remove the pork for the last hour or two and baste consistently ::: both are fine, just a matter of grilling style / preference Pull the pork apart with a fork when done!

Coleslaw:
Add dry ingredients (cabbage and carrots) into a bowl - Mix wet ingredients well and pour over dry ingredients - Set in fridge (covered)

Mustard Sauce:
Mix all ingredients together in sauce pan - Simmer at low heat until onions soften and sauce thickens (you'll want to keep the sauce 'shiny')

THE FINAL PRODUCT:
Grab some white flour buns.....throw on some pulled pork...slop on some 'slaw....and drop on a few teaspoons of mustard and eat a brilliant sloppy pulled pork sandwich!

Notes:
Calories Per Serving:UnknownPrice Per Serving:Few
Number Of Servings:TONSSource:Family Recipe
Vegetarian:NoTime To Prepare:5-7 hours
Date:Mon 24 Aug 2009 00:48:44 UTCViewed:7828 times
Author:Justin HarmonEmail:
Rating:3,38 (8 votes)

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Justin HarmonComment added on: Tue 25 Aug 2009 14:42:42 UTC
Sorry EggHeads - when I sent this recipe in I had all the categories spaced out for easy reading....it looks like everything merged when it published. Just remember that both the ingredients and the instructions are in order of - Pulled Pork: Coleslaw: Mustard Sauce:
Justin HarmonComment added on: Sat 29 Aug 2009 22:39:38 UTC
Thanks for cleaning this up Admin of BGE forums!
thekidfromcrumlinComment added on: Sat 23 Oct 2010 05:05:59 UTC
Very tasty recipe, and easy to follow.

For a bit of extra kick in the sauce I would suggest confusing yourself and applying a 1/2 table spoon of cayenne not a 1/2 tea spoon :)
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