Made it in my crock pot, which I have used all of two times in 3 years. I trimmed that big outer layer of fat off the pork shoulder (8 lbs by the way), and I cooked it overnight on low for 10 hours with a half a can of broth, a bottle of bbq sauce, and some cider vinegar that I used to rinse out the bbq sauce bottle (no coffee). I had salted and peppered the roast before hand. What I saw this morning at 6 AM was the most amazing tender meat I have ever seen. I literally pulled the bones out of the pot before I even tried to get the meat out because it all fell apart. I was left with a really good amount of liquid, which I refrigerated and have defatted, and it is going to be served with the pulled pork tonight. I may add more vinegar to it to give it a little more kick. Outstanding, hands down the easiest thing I have ever made, makes me want to look into using my crock pot a little more.
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Made it in my crock pot, which I have used all of two times in 3 years. I trimmed that big...