Monday, August 18, 2014

A barbecue competition is like going to a family reunion, only you get to pick your relatives." Judy Fry, The Frying Pan

If you're not from North Carolina, you may not appreciate NC barbecue.  I lived in the Tar Heel State for about 15 years and never liked it's version of BBQ as much as Ohio's, but it is tasty.

My husband, who grew up in NC, really loves it!  And my kids, who are picky eaters, actually like this version I cooked in my crock pot the other day. If you find it strange, douse in your favorite BBQ sauce and you'll love it!

This recipe is from my Slow Cooker Recipe Book that came with my GE crock pot. Hope you like it!

North Carolina Barbecue

3 lbs boneless pork butt, shoulder or blade roast
1 (14 ounce) can diced tomato
1/2 cup vinegar
2 T Worcestershire sauce
1 T sugar
1 heaping T red pepper flakes
1 T salt
2 t black pepper

Combine all ingredients in crock. Cover and cook on low 8-10 hours. Pull meat apart with fork when done.  Makes about 3 pounds of BBQ. Great Served with baked beans and cole slaw.

What's your favorite BBQ? Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!

Reprinted from April 8, 2011

4 comments:

Norma Beishir said...

I appreciate all kinds of barbecue! Thanks, Maria!

Old Kitty said...

Wish we had BBQ weather!! It's very grey, cool and dare I say it? Rainy! over here at the moment! LOL!

But I do like BBQ sauce! Have a great Monday and rest of the week, Maria! Take care
x

William Kendall said...

It definitely comes across as tasty.

Intangible Hearts said...

Yummy. I love stuff like this but have to get used to working with a crock pot. Usually I make it in the oven.