Texas is known for it’s love of good food and pulled pork is one of the shining examples of food that Texas does like no other state can. It’s a good fit for camping since you can make it in a crock pot. You can put the meal on early in the morning and then go about your day. It will be ready when you are and your hungry camping crowd will happily dig in.
This recipe will become a favorite for you once you’ve tried it. You’ll need some vegetable oil, a pork shoulder roast, your favorite barbeque sauce, apple cider vinegar, chicken broth, light brown sugar, yellow mustard, onion, garlic, and some seasonings. The pork roast and the rest of the ingredients will be cooked in your crock pot for 5 or 6 hours. Once done, you can then shred the pork roast using two forks and then put everything back into the slow cooker.
This wonderful Texas barbecue can be eaten on toasted buns of your choice. You might like to make some potato salad, Cole slaw, and a quick dessert to go along with your meal. You’ll be feeding a happy crowd and there will be little cleanup for you after dinner is done. You can find the full recipe at Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork
Some of the more popular barbecue sauces for you to try in Texas are Four Escobars, Franklin, Stubb’s, Terry Black’s, Mark’s, and The Jank. Try one of them for that authentic Texas flavor.
We hope all your camping meals are delicious and shared with the people who matter most to you. We look forward to seeing you around the campground so be sure to make your reservations soon.