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North Carolina BBQ

I'm looking for some recommendations of fairly authentic NC BBQ recipes. I tried google but I don't know enough about BBQ let alone NC-style to tell which recipes are authentic, likely to be good, etc. thanks!

asked by MTMitchell over 5 years ago

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9b94e94b 0205 4f2c bb79 1845dcd6f7d6  uruguay2010 61
added over 5 years ago

Eastern shore (vinegar, pepper) or more inland (Vinegar, mustard, pepper and maybe some sweet)? Two different styles

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added over 5 years ago

Oh, well, then you must not be from NC! The question is Western or Eastern - a topic of some debate here;) I'm Eastern NC, so here's mine - it's vinegar based and designed for pulled pork because that's what we mean by "BBQ" here on the coast! Here's a good website with more info on both styles. http://www.ncbbq.com/Modules...

1 cup White Vinegar
1 cup Cider Vinegar
1 tablespoon Brown Sugar
1 tablespoon Cayenne Pepper
1 tablespoon Hot Pepper Sauce (or to taste)
1 teaspoon Salt
1 teaspoon Pepper
4-5 pound Pork Shoulder or Butt Roast

Season the shoulder with a little salt & pepper. Place on grill using indirect heat and cook with the lid down for several hours at bout 250-275 degrees, turning occasionally. (Or you can sear, place in crockpot with some water and cook on low overnight)

Mix the sauce ingredients together. Store in a jar with a lid in the refrigerator.
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When pork is cooked through and falling apart, remove from grill. Rest for 15 minutes. Shred the pork with two forks or chop fine with a knife. Place in a bowl and add sauce to your taste, tossing to coat.

Enjoy with a fork or on a bun with some coleslaw.

Pork can be refrigerated for several days or frozen in an airtight container for several months.

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164ae6cf b233 45ae a461 8d7543fae705  melissa mitchell
added over 5 years ago

That sounds perfect. Thanks!!!!

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added over 5 years ago

A lot of info and recipes can be found on the following site. Good luck.
http://amazingribs.com...

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added over 5 years ago

The distinctive thing about Carolina barbecue is the use of vinegar in the mop sauce. Ballpark mustard in the sauce which Usuba Dashi mentiond is also common. For me anyway, you can't barbecue in the oven. You need smoke, and there's only one way to get that. Set some wood on fire (and I don't mean Kingsford).

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