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Pulled Pork Using Dutch Oven [Moved from General Topics board]

cjb651 | Dec 31, 200710:36 AM     11

Greetings Fellow Chowhounds,

So I got a new Le Creuset 5.5 qt dutch oven pot for Christmas and I'm looking to use it to make pulled pork sandwiches.

I'm in search of pulled pork recipes that use a dutch oven as the method of cooking. I've spent some time searching these boards but haven't come across anything of interest and yet I know people use these pots to slow roast a variety of different meats.

I did take a first crack at it and used the following Tyler Florence recipe but used a 2 lb pork shoulder instead of beef shoulder:
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recip...

And I used this recipe for the BBQ sauce (which tasted more like honey mustard):
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recip...

Any recipes, even if they are adapted to use a dutch oven, would be greatly appreciated. I'm looking to learn more about the pulled pork art as well understand the benefits of using a dutch oven. I also didn't care for the BBQ sauce and would be very appreciate of a tasty, more traditional one.

Thanks!

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