Aug
13
2009

BBQ Pulled Pork Biscuit Sandwiches and Spicy Corn on the Cob…

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Good Thursday everyone!

You ready for some good BBQ?  I don’t know about you guys, but I LOVE a good BBQ sandwich.  Totally summery and I love that it is so easily prepared in a crockpot.  I remember thinking that my sister was sick (sorry Kimmy!) when she told me what she put on her corn on the cob a couple months ago.  Now I am biting my tongue because it is flat out delicious!  Just trust me on this one….spread on a little mayonnaise and then roll the corn in a little cholula hot sauce sprinkled with a touch of salt and pepper.  It is my favorite way to eat corn on the cob now.  Nice and spicy!

Before you go, check out my little cutie pie below who just lost his first front tooth!  I was so sad when he told me they were loose last month.  My little boy is growning up, I can’t even believe it.  He came in my room this morning all frantic saying “My tooth is gone Mom and I can’t find it!”  He lost it in his bed during the night.  Luckily he found it and didn’t swallow it.  Anyway, I snapped some pics of him sporting his newest snaggletooth smile!

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BBQ Pulled Pork Biscuit Sandwiches and Spicy Corn on the Cob

3-5 lbs Pork Shoulder or Pork Butt

1/2 Cup water

1 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

3/4 teaspoon Lawry’s garlic salt

Homemade BBQ Sauce or I used KC Masterpiece for this recipe and it was great!

Bisquick Cheddar Biscuit Mix, makes 6 biscuits

My Granna’s Yummy Cole Slaw Recipe

Fresh Corn On The Cob

Mayonnaise

Cholula Hot Sauce

sprinkles of salt and pepper

1.  Place pork into crockpot with some water to cover the bottom.  Sprinkle with salt, pepper and garlic salt.  Let cook on low overnight or for a good 8-10 hours so it’s falling apart easily.  When it’s ready, remove from crockpot, drain liquid reserving 1/2  Cup for sauce.  Shred pork with 2 forks into small pieces.  Return shredded pork back to crockpot on low and add in BBQ sauce.  For this particular sandwich I just used a good bottle of KC masterpiece, but I’ve also got a great homeade BBQ sauce if you’d rather go that route.  Just click on the link above.  I also add 1/2 cup of the pork liquid that was reserved to thin out the BBQ sauce, totally optional.

2.  Bake biscuits according to package.  These cheddar ones from Bisquick were really good by the way and took a whole 15 minutes.

3.  Prepare coleslaw from the link above.  It’s my cute granna’s recipe that I use everytime I need coleslaw.  You gotta try it.

4.  Boil corn on the cob that’s been husked and rinsed until tender, about 10 minutes.  Remove and lightly spread with mayonnaise then drizzle with Cholula Hot Sauce and a touch of salt and pepper.  Trust me, this is ghetto good!

5.  Slice biscuits in half, top with shredded pork and a spoonful of coleslaw.  Serve with the spicy corn and enjoy!

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Yes, that is his baby blanket he still has to have or at least know where it is at ALL times.   Hope his future wife will accept the blankie too!

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I got a great laugh when my my little stinker thought the toothfairy was bringing him $35 bucks!  Nice try.

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  1. 1
    Denise says:

    Jenny, my daughter just lost her first tooth last month, I totally agree, I was so sad and happy at the same time. SHe is growing up despite all my efforts to keep her 5. Love that you served this on biscuits, pulled pork is my favorite BBQ food.

  2. 2
    Riley Adams says:

    This recipe looks delish! And I’m a big barbeque fan.

    Cute pictures of your son! They get so excited that it makes ME excited when my kids lose teeth.

    Riley
    Mystery Lovers’ Kitchen

  3. 3
    Molly says:

    Hey Jenny,
    What a fun and easy recipe. I’m not a mayo fan, but I’ll come up with another way to enjoy the corn! The BBQ looks awesome and your son is too cute. Maybe he can afford the legos after he loses a few more teeth! :)

  4. 4
    Meg says:

    What a delicious summer meal!

    Love the missing tooth pics!

  5. 5
    Sara says:

    I love corn on the cob…but really? Mayo on it? You’re recipes haven’t failed me yet, so maybe I’ll try it. :) These sammies looks delish. You’re slaw recipe, by the way, is now a favorite in our house. My hubby and I love it.

  6. 6
    Nutmeg Nanny says:

    Hahaha $35 for a lost tooth…good try! Now your pulled pork looks great but I have a confession. I have never had pulled pork with cole slaw on top. I just want meat and nothing else…haha. Although I bet it’s delicious. I should totally give it a try:)

  7. 7
    Jamie says:

    Jenny,
    I love making pulled barbecue pork in my crockpot. I like how you put them on cheddar biscuits. Yum! I’ll have to try that next time.

    It’s a big change when your kids loose their front teeth. It is sad when the baby teeth go. It means our little babies are growing up.

  8. 8
    Kim says:

    Awww my sweet little Mason looks adorable! I sure miss you guys!

  9. 9
    dawn says:

    girl I love that you love to put the creamy coleslaw right on that sammie. Mmm, I am so ready right now for one of those, no two really.
    Your little ones are tanner and blonder since moving to cali, don’t you love cali? I miss it there.

  10. 10
    Kelly Jensen says:

    This looks so yummy and I can’t wait to try the coleslaw! I hate to tell you, but my daughter is twelve and is still attached to her “bubba” and isn’t embarrassed by it one bit!

  11. 11
    Pam Shank says:

    We did pulled pork this week too. We tried it in a smoker that we bought(but didn’t put the wood chips in)It cooked low all day and was so good. It was a even more tender than our crockpot. We bought that last yr so we are still experimenting. I will try the slaw recipe,looks wonderful and nothing is better than good coleslaw. Your little one looks like he has changed so much over the summer doesn’t he? Looks so grown up. He is adorable. Thanks for the great recipes.

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    Lorri says:

    We have a friend from Mexico and one night while having corn on the cob he made his this way. We weren’t sure we would like it but it wasn’t bad! I really thought he was making it up, guess not!

  13. 13
    Katherine says:

    The way you spiced up the corn has me drooling. Your son looks adorable. $35.00 wow, the price of teeth has certainly gone up!

  14. 14
    Ashley says:

    This looks like a perfect summer meal! And pictures of kids missing front teeth are always so cute :)

  15. 15
    Lesli says:

    I made this last night and it was amazing!!! LOVED the slaw but the corn….WOW!!! I was really unsure what it was going to taste like but I was very interested in trying it. It was WONDERFUL!! Thanks so much for all the great recipes!

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    Megan says:

    I had never before been a fan of coleslaw and never thought to put in on my BBQ sammy’s. Thanks to you…it was the perfect way to enjoy my dinner! Thanks again Jen.

  17. 17
    HoneyB says:

    Looks yummy Jenny!

  18. 18

    I love pulled pork. Just made it in he slow cooker the other day with pork loin. Your recipe looks yummy.
    My 10-year old son has a “clothy.” It’s an old diaper cloth that he still loves to sleep with. So cute!

  19. 19

    wow, I love that you put these on biscuits. Great idea.

  20. 20
    Ramona says:

    Heck if the tooth fairy is giving out $35, I might have to see if any of mine are lose. lol.

    Food looks awesome, bet it was great.

    Ramona

  21. 21

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  22. 22
    Kristy says:

    Hi. Really cute site. I just wanted to suggest another thing to try with the corn. I know it sounds gross – but it really is delicious. We put mayo on it, and then roll it in parmesan cheese and the sprinkle it with a very little bit of cayenne pepper. SO GOOD!!

  23. 23
    Kimm Geria says:

    This looks delish. Will have to try it. We make the mexican corn as well. I put in this order: lime, butter, mayo, parmesan cheese, seasoning salt, hot sauce. It is yummy. Not low fat but yummy.

    Will be trying the pull pork sandwiches…

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  25. 25
    Susan says:

    I vote for your little guy getting the $35 for legos. My boys are grown and I still have those tooth-fairy legos saved for them. Love your recipes, too!!! :)

  26. 26

    Dude. This blog is awesome. How can I make it look this good !?

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