quote:Susan Dosier, of Southern Living magazine, recently appeared on Fox and Friends to demonstrate a unique Southern specialty, a BBQ Pork Sundae. Made with baked beans, coleslaw and BBQ pulled pork, this is great dish for entertaining a large group. Below are some tips for selecting and creating mouth-watering pulled pork for your savory sundaes!
Start with the right cut of meat - Whole pork shoulder is best to use, but itï¿½s rarely available in grocery stores. Otherwise, you can use a Boston butt, which is half of the shoulder, the other half being the picnic shoulder.
Rub it the right way - Sprinkle the meat generously with a spice rub, massaging it into the meat. Rubs are mixtures of spices that act like a dry marinade. They combine salt, spices and herbs that are rubbed onto the surface of pork. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap, and chill overnight in the refrigerator.
Getting' Saucy - Whether you prefer the thin, tangy vinegar-based sauce of North Carolina or the thick, smoky tomato-based sauce in Kansas City, the sauce you choose for your BBQ Sundae will bring out the authentic smoky flavors of the south.
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