While shopping at Sprouts a couple of weeks ago I picked up a bottle of this, Guy Fieri's Kansas City Barbecue Sauce. You know Guy, he is he guy with the hair, and the car, on Food Network that visits all those diners, drive-ins and dives. If you ask Penelope she will tell you that Guy, is the guy, that likes pizza.
I decided to try out his sauce on some pulled pork that I cooked up in the crock pot. I took a pork shoulder rubbed it with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder and then seared it in a pan to brown all sides. Then I transferred the pork into my crock pot, set it to low and let it cook for 8 hours. After 8 hours I removed the super tender meat to drain all the fat out. Then I put the meat back into the crock pot, set it to warm and used to forks to easily pull the meat apart. I added the entire bottle of Guy's sauce and mixed it into the meat.
These pulled pork sandwiches were a hit. The sauce was just the right amount of sweetness for someone who prefers a spicier barbecue sauce. It worked well with the pulled pork and made for some kid friendly BBQ sandwiches.
You can also find Guy's sauces in 3 other flavors; Carolina #6, Bourbon Brown Sugar and Pacific Rim.