I used a 7 lb pork butt. I first cut all visible fat and then. cooked it on high in the crock for about 8 hours. In the crock I put a layer of sliced onion rings on the bottom, then the pork, then I used a few dashes of worshteshire sauce, liquid smoke, and a tsp. of minced garlic. Poured 16 oz. of low salt beef broth over it. I used Sweet Baby Ray's bbq sauce but my advice to you is to use whatever bbq sauce you enjoy. After removing, I shredded it and removed any visible fat I saw that remained, no big deal and easy to do. I do believe the oven step is important to give a little browning to the beef which greatly adds to the texture. This is EXCELLENT bbq pork and makes a generous amount, would be great for tailgates or parties. I will no longer be buying it already made at my local butcher for $10/lb! I have been looking for a recipe like this for ages, thanks so much!
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I used a 7 lb pork butt. I first cut all visible fat and then. cooked it on high in the crock...