According to barbecue purists, pulled pork is supposed to be cooked low and slow with lots of smoke and constant tending. But there's a much easier way, and the result is succulent and flavorful. It's not the same, but it will delight even the fiercest fans. The trick is to cook it in a slow cooker — totally hands off!
Once you’ve mastered slow-cooker pulled pork, you’ll be cooking it all summer — and winter — long. Serve this dish with a side of crunchy coleslaw or as the filling for a low-carb wrap. Or leave out the sauce and use it as a topping on a taco salad. It freezes well, too, so make a big batch to have taco fillings, hash fixings, salad toppings and sandwiches on hand for months.