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BULL'S-EYE Carolina Style Wildfire Pork

BULL'S-EYE Carolina Style Wildfire Pork recipe
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BBQ sauce punched up with brown sugar and hot pepper sauce ensures this Carolina-style slow-cooker pork dish hits the bull's-eye!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
8 hr 10 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
11/28/2012
Very good!
posted:
10/11/2012
Made this with 5# pork shoulder for birthday lunch a work (for 25 people). Cooked pork all night and pulled it next morning...it was delicious. Will make it again!!
posted:
9/22/2012
Yum! I actually made this with boneless pork chops as that's what I had in the freezer and it was fantastic! I added a little chopped onion as I'm very partial to onions with BBQ sauce and I would do that again next time. I served the chops with mashed potatoes and green beans and it was a family favorite.
posted:
8/21/2012
Very easy, affordable and delicious! I made these sandwhiches last night and they were amazing! I will be saving the recipe and making it again! :)
posted:
8/21/2012
Absolutely delicious, and SO easy!
posted:
5/5/2012
Had a hecktic day planned, trying to feed my family in two different houses, doctors appts, taking care of mom and dad, i prepared this early in the morning and came home to a delicious cooked meal. It was very easy and very tasty. I would def make again!!
posted:
5/4/2012
Crazy easy, amazingly good. What else could you ask for?
posted:
4/30/2012
Absolutely LOVED it!!!! I used my dads homemade bbq sauce instead and didnt wanna add any other ingredients to it to change the flavor to his sauce. So technically I didnt really use this recipe, lol, but its what gave me the idea...cooked it exactly how it said and it was WONDERFUL!!
posted:
4/30/2012
This was absolutely fabulous! Made it with a pork tenderloin and regular Bullseye then made it with a pork roast & the Carolina BBQ suggested and they were both delicious. Have made many times since.
posted:
4/24/2012
Love it! It is my favorite thing to make for dinner.
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