Why pay 8.99/lb for shredded pork bbq from the local joint when you can make 4 or 5 pounds for the same amount of money? Pork Butt is one of the most economical roasts you can buy, and when cooked low and slow, it is like butter in your mouth. You can get it from $1 – $1.99 a pound pretty much anytime.
Biggest Boston Pork Butt you can find
Butt Rub (I use Paula Deans but any smokey butt rub will do)
BBQ Sauce (I know you have a bunch of Kraft from those Kroger Mega Sales)
The Night before, right before bed, rub the pork butt with a generous amount of rub and lay pork butt in crock pot fat side up. This will let all those good juices run down into the meat. Let cook on low overnight (or high if you go to bed really late). At least 6-7 hours on low.
The next morning the roast will be falling apart. Take it out and take the fat off the meat and drain out your crock pot. Then shred the meat with forks and place back in the crock-pot. Stir in a bottle or two of your favorite BBQ sauce and keep on warm until you want to serve. I’ve let it sit all day in the crock-pot and just let people help themselves all day. Paired up with some onions, pickles, and a good bun, this will rival any bbq sandwich anywhere.