Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Pork

I received a call last weekend. My friend was so excited to come up with the idea for a “Bourbon Friday Dinner Extravaganza” and asked if Walter and I wanted to participate. “Of course!” I exclaimed! I mean, a whole meal focused around bourbon — who wouldn’t? He then added, “Great! You are cooking!” UMMMMM, well ok then. He and my other buddy figured it would give me a good excuse to come up with a new recipe for Oinkcooking.

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I thought a few ideas. I ultimately wanted something easy to do since it was happening on a Friday after work. Since I was cooking, it was up to them to bring bourbon for drinking. Oh and did they ever! We had a party of 7 of us and it was so much fun. I made this bourbon pulled pork using A LOT of bourbon and the flavor was amazing. With it, I made some sweet corn bread with a bourbon honey butter, a bourbon BBQ sauce, some slaw and of course some great bourbon drinks!

If you want to see on the Oinkcooking Youtube Channel how this was made (and it was EASY), click HERE.

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Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Pork‏

Serves: 8

Ingredients:

4 pounds pork butt  
1 ½ cup bourbon  
5 cloves garlic  
2 tablespoons mustard  
½ cup brown sugar  

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Directions:

Mix all ingredients together in slow cooker. Add in pork butt and cover. Turn on to low setting and cook for 9-10 hours. When done, use large forks or gloved hands to pull apart the pork.

Can be served with a side of a bourbon BBQ sauce and pickles or on buns as a sandwich.

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Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Pork‏
Serves 8
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Prep Time
7 min
Cook Time
9 hr
Prep Time
7 min
Cook Time
9 hr
Ingredients
  1. 4 pounds pork butt
  2. 1 1/2 cup bourbon
  3. 5 cloves garlic
  4. 2 tablespoons mustard
  5. 1/2 cup brown sugar
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients together in slow cooker. Add in pork butt and cover. Turn on to low setting and cook for 9-10 hours. When done, use large forks or gloved hands to pull apart the pork.
  2. Can be served with a side of a bourbon BBQ sauce and pickles or on buns as a sandwich.
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