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Yall might already have this one since its been around on Alfgore's super cyber highway for quite a while now but thought it might be worth sharing. Works very good especially for pulled pork. I like to sub out some of the water with black coffee and my dog would not eat Texas Pete hot sauce. Yankees have funny taste patterns huh? Its made in NC. They could call it NC Pete. Everybody wants to be from Texas apparently. lol. Big Thanks to Wendell "Fergy" Ferguson.

Are you making this?
3 tb Texas Pete Hot Sauce
1/2 c Apple cider vindegar
1/2 c Apple juice
Water; to fill bottle
1/2 c Worcestershire Sauce

Original recipe makes 1


Try to heat meat in the heavy duty freezer baggie you stored it in. If heating on the pit on the pit, remove the meat from the baggie and place in a disposible aluminum pan. Otherwise, heat the baggie in hot water or in a microwave. When heated somewhat, but not completely(unfrozen and mushable somewhat with your fingers), add 1/4 cup juice o life to each 4# bag of meat. Continue to heat until at serving temp. (150-170F). Continue to stir meat at least once every 15 minutes, mixing top meat with meat that rests on bottom of pan. This circulation and moving of meat is important. If you are keeping the meat held at 150-160 F. this method will keep meat good for serving for up to 4 hours. You might not like it this strong. If not use the apple juice. I keep it in an old squirt bottle that I used for my spray mop, but I lost the sprayer. I have a 20oz coke bottle top on it that I poked a few holes in to use as a shaker. Posted to bbq-digest by "Fergy" on Dec 16, 1998
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