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I have 16 pounds of pork shoulder on the smoker tonight and would like to serve it with homemade BBQ sauce tomorrow. I was thinking vinegar based over tomato based would be better with pulled pork but please share what sauce you make.
 

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Vinegar base Sauce is just water, typically Apple cider vinegar, sugar and red pepper flakes.
 

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Lots: Ketchup, brown sugar, water, garlic
A bit to your liking: Tapatio hot sauce, kosher salt, white vinegar, worchestershire, pepper, lemon juice, mustard, smoke seasoning from Costco.

I've found that this gives you a nice sweet sauce that punches you with a bit of hot on the back of the tongue.
 

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I've always liked this sop from the virtualweberbullet.com site

Southern SopRemaining Southern Succor Rub (See note)
2 cups apple cider vinegar
1 cup water
3 Tablespoons ground black pepper2 Tablespoons table salt
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 Tablespoon paprika
1 Tablespoon cayenne pepperWarm ingredients over low heat, stirring occasionally.
 

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Dave!!

I have 16 pounds of pork shoulder on the smoker tonight and would like to serve it with homemade BBQ sauce tomorrow. I was thinking vinegar based over tomato based would be better with pulled pork but please share what sauce you make.
Not necessarily a bbq sauce but I'm telling you, the best sauce eva....

Whisky creme sauce

1 stick butter
1 cup brown sugar
2 table spoons of soy sauce
3 table spoons of heavy whipping cream
Squeeze of lemon juice
Lil salt and pepper
3/4 cup of Jameson
1/4 cup ketchup

Put in sauce pan slowly bring to high simmer.

You are welcome boys and girls....:tounge
 

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I've always liked this sop from the virtualweberbullet.com site

Southern SopRemaining Southern Succor Rub (See note)
2 cups apple cider vinegar
1 cup water
3 Tablespoons ground black pepper2 Tablespoons table salt
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 Tablespoon paprika
1 Tablespoon cayenne pepperWarm ingredients over low heat, stirring occasionally.
This one sounds good and I'd at least triple it for that amount of meat. Maybe add a tiny bit of liquid smoke, red pepper flake and garlic too.
 

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Is there any other sauce besides Vinegar Based? I'm from Eastern NC so we use this on everything.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Cayenne, Brown Sugar or Honey, Salt, Worcestershire, Lemon and a few other spices.
 

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Traeger Texas Grill. Wood pellet is the way to go.
My brother has one of those. It's a nice set up. Kind of takes the fun out of checking the temp all the time. Though I can dial in the Weber rather well even for overnight cooks. Putting a leg of lamb on Sunday… kind of a smoked lamb vindaloo experiment.
 

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Traeger Texas Grill. Wood pellet is the way to go.
I use a Kamado Joe and have had very good results. I've considered a Traeger. Which one do you have? You smoke Brisket too?
 

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