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Originally posted by JeffG on Wed, Oct 16, 2002

Start with a chunk of boar neck, that will fit into the crock pot. A Nesco works , too. The wife will know what a nesco is...
Slice 3 big onions, put two on the bottom of the crock pot.
Chop 4 stalks of celery place into bottom of the pot.

Salt and pepper the bottom of the pot, heavily.
Place neck roast into crock pot.

Pour on 2 cups of your favorite salsa.
Place remaining onion on roast.
Salt pepper, onion powder to taste.

Squirt on 1/2 cup catsup. Squirt on 1/2 cup Kansas City Masterpiece BBQ sauce.
Pour 1 can of regular Coca Cola into the bottom of pot.

Cook on high for 2-3 hours, then 12 hours on low heat.
Pull out bones, chop meat with a spoon to make it consistent. Use a slotted spon to strain mean onto big hamburger buns.

Oh yeah, a 12 pack of beer and potato chips make it a meal.
 

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pogoii,

Yes, you can use other parts for your bbq sandwiches. I have used leftover pork roast to make bbq sandwiches.
 
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