Pulled-pork sandwiches

Sarah Gonzales, managing editor

On Monday my mother made a pork roast, two of my favorite things together, pork and roast. Mind you, we have not had any kind of roast in a while and ooooweeee, it was so delicious, just typing about it makes me want to salivate.

Any ways, last night my dad made pulled-pork sandwiches. Now in pulled-pork sandwiches you have to put different kinds of barbecue sauce, you have to let the pork and sauces merry together. When it is done, it is perfection served on a bun, I personally like them better than sloppy Joe’s.


Pork roast (already cooked)

Gates original barbecue sauce

Any other barbecue sauce that you prefer (a spicy one maybe?)



Lowery’s seasoning salt

Cayenne pepper (dash)


Take out a medium sized skillet. Now with the remaining pork from the roast take about half of it and shred it into pieces with two forks. Place in the skillet over medium-low heat.

Then add around one cup per barbecue sauce. Add all the seasonings and let them all meld together for around 15 minutes.

Serve on a hamburger bun and with any other sides, we chose french fries and steamed asparagus.

That’s what’s cookin’ this week. Check back next week for an all new recipe.

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