Smoked BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

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The way a dish is prepared matters. Cooking something a certain way – whether it’s grilled, braised, sautéed, smoked, or fried – can be the key to making a dish the best it can possibly be. Here, local restaurants give us some delicious examples of how it’s done.

 

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SMOKED: Barbecue Pork & Smoked Wings

Hi-Fi Clyde’s

 

“We really wanted to honor Southern tradition when we decided to make barbecue one of our specialties here at Clyde’s. Anything worth doing is worth doing right, so we hand-rub our whole brisket, pork butt, half chickens, and wings and smoke them in-house every day on a staggered timeline so that they are fresh every shift.” –Katie Stroud, General Manager

 

barbecue pork and smoked wings from hi-fi clyde's

Barbecue Pork & Smoked Wings

Hi-Fi Clyde's
Cook Time 10 hrs
Course Main Course
Cuisine Barbecue
Servings 1 serving

Equipment

  • Smoker

Ingredients
  

  • 6 oz bone-in pork butt
  • 4 chicken wings
  • Chicken Shake (special recipe)
  • Butt Rub (special recipe)

Instructions
 

  • Rub down the pork butt with special recipe Butt Rub. Place the meat fat-side down in a smoker for 8 hours at 250˚.
  • Toss the wings in special recipe Chicken Shake and smoke for 2 hours at 250˚, then flash-fry when ready to eat and toss in your sauce of choice.
  • Plate the barbecue pork and smoked wings. Add your favorite sides, some sliced onion, and homemade pickles!

Notes

“We really wanted to honor Southern tradition when we decided to make barbecue one of our specialties here at Clyde’s. Anything worth doing is worth doing right, so we hand-rub our whole brisket, pork butt, half chickens, and wings and smoke them in-house every day on a staggered timeline so that they are fresh every shift.” Katie Stroud, General Manager
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