I love BBQs, picnics, etc and of course love BBQ food, so when the fourth of July came around naturally, there was a BBQ. We offered the typical BBQ food – turkey and hamburgers, hotdogs, sausage links, chips, etc but while these were fully enjoyed, I had an ace up my sleeve – Byron’s BBQ Pulled Pork
Hand-pulled, hickory smoked pork BBQ that has been slow cooked for that down-home taste. Byron’s Fully Cooked Pork BBQ is combined with a succulent, sweet and spicy barbecue sauce making the perfect meal or appetizer. This wonderfully tasty delight comes in 4lb and 2 24 oz. trays and once unwrapped, you can totally pass it off as your own homemade recipe (ahem, if you want to do that…ahem)…..Anyway, I had so many recipes to experiment with but that plan was changed as soon as I took it out of the oven. Burgers, hotdogs and the other typical BBQ fare was pushed aside for the below deliciousness
I had plans to do a Pulled Pork Dip with Nachos, Pulled Pork Salad, etc but everyone was all too happy (and hungrily impatient) to just grab a roll and pile on the Byron’s Pulled Pork. So whether you’re a busy mom, a fabulous single, hosting a get-together or just family dinner – save yourself some time and stress (what’s easier than removing the packaging and popping it in the oven) and make dinner extra succulent, juicy and damn right delicious. So I leave you with this advice, run to BJ’s or Sam’s Club (whichever is nearest to you) and take home a tray of Byron’s Fully Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork. And after you do, click on the following links to see some of the recipes I was going to try – BBQ Bean Dip, BBQ Nachos (I’ll add that Pita Chips are a great substitute for Nacho chips), California BBQ Pizza, and possibly the Pulled Pork Enchiladas.