Cooking with Warren G RSS
Once you've got the meat, the next step is deciding on how you want to cook it. Cooking instructions will be printed on the bag with the meat, so it makes sense to follow these. But you might also want to prepare your BBQ sauce ahead of time – which is probably a good idea as well. So, you should be making your sauce in advance and sticking it in the fridge, along with the buns, chips and, if you want a really special version of pulled pork, a coleslaw.
First things first, how do you find the best grill for your budget? While there are some general guidelines that can be helpful, the real question is, do you care about what kind of grill you have? (Believe me, I know what's under my grill.) If you are going to use it a lot, and it can handle the heat, then you can put up with some minor flaws for the time and effort that it will save you.
And the best part is they are easy to make. I put this together, and it was done in about an hour. Follow this recipe and you will love how easy they are to make and how good they taste. This is a fun, but super simple recipe. I used pork ribs, the ones that come in the whole hog package at Sam's. My family goes wild over these. I cook them for 3 hours at 350 degrees. Then I take them out and get them toasted on a grill, and have them on the cob for about an hour...