I read the reviews on this one and took a detour. I really did not have time to mix the ingredients listed in the recipe, so, after reading other reviews, I took a chance and just mixed equal parts of Sweet Baby Ray BBQ sauce and Ketchup; about 1 cup each. Brushed it over the meat and crossed my fingers. That's it. Left it for 7 hours [no peeking], turned it off and let it cool a bit. The pork shoulder fell apart & was so tender. I shredded it and mixed with the sauces that had brewed in the crock pot all day and let it set a little longer. I added a dash or two of coarse salt. I am telling you it was amazing. Actually, I could not believe it was that good since I had modified the recipe -- plus, it was even better the next day. My only footnote is that the sugars in the bbq/ketchup burned a little on the sides of the crock pot, but there was still enough sauce to mix with the meat. My picky husband absolutely loved it.
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I read the reviews on this one and took a detour. I really did not have time to mix the...