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Old 10-20-2009, 03:32 AM
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Default Re: 125 pounds of pulled pork

Originally Posted by gvzepp View Post
Hi Chef,

That really looks like some great tasty pork!!, I cooked my 1st wfo roast this past weekend myself.. shoulder of pork too, it was very nice however after reading about your rub and BBQ sauce I think I could improve somewhat

If you dont mind me using your recipe, could you explain what 1/2 a cup of triple sec is??

Regards Brett..

We used Triple sec (an orange flavored liquor) but we usually use Tequila!!! We just did not have any in the house so we opted for the Triple Sec!
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