Smoked / Oven-Finished Pulled Pork

Are you making pulled pork and want to save time, and propane I recommend smoking the pork first, then letting the oven finish cooking overnight at low temp. It's the best of all worlds... The pork is smoky and tender, you don't waste a lot of propane, and the "pull" temperature is perfect.

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I have made this pulled pork recipe dozens of times, and it never fails to delight the taste buds!

Pro-tip for foolproof pulled pork:

Start in the smoker, then transfer to the oven!

I have found that starting the cook in the smoker and then transferring to the oven is the perfect way to cook pulled pork.

Cooking Steps:


Smoked and Oven-Finished Pulled Pork Recipe

Servings: 8-10 per pork shoulder



Safety note:

Cooking overnight on low heat should not present a problem – after all – ovens can be on all day during the holidays baking everything from pies to lasagna! However, the International Association of Fire Chiefs recommends a carbon monoxide detector on every floor of your home, including the basement. Each detector should be replaced every five to six years.