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RobinDiana | Dec 27, 201601:25 AM     24

Hi, I'm new. I live in NC. Lived here for 36 of my 43 years, spent 7 years in NY. Back in 2008 or 2009, I found a recipe for fairly authentic NC BBQ sauce and pulled pork BBQ made in the crock part. I'm from the area of NC where we don't use ketchup in the sauce. I found this site by this thread http://www.chowhound.com/post/vinegar...
but when I started to post a reply, I got a suggestion to start a new post. So. I had this great recipe 8 years ago, and I remember I found it on someone's personal site, a man, and that he had several recipes for BBQ sauce from different areas. I remember that the recipe most like the BBQ here called for marinating a pork loin overnight in a sauce containing cider vinegar, brown sugar, black pepper, red pepper flakes, and Worcestershire sauce, cooking the pork loin in the crock pot on low the next day, and making extra sauce for "dip." I feel like I'm forgetting an ingredient. Is anyone possibly familiar with this recipe? I could go buy BBQ but I want to try making this at home again.

Thank you,

Robin

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