pinto beans with pulled pork in a bowl

Did you know that the Pinto Bean is America’s favorite bean and the Pinto Bean capital of the world is in Colorado? Well, in honor of our favorite bean, we are sharing this recipe that’s perfect for using up some leftover pulled pork…should you have any.

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Pulled pork is a BBQ staple that is really difficult to mess up. Originating in the South, it is made from either pork shoulder or pork butt. It is typically slowed smoked over wood, but it can easily be cooked in your kitchen oven as well.

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bowl of coleslaw on a counter

Coleslaw is to BBQ as peanut butter is to jelly. They just belong together. Some people eat is as a side, while others put it in a sandwich with their pulled pork. Either way, it is considered the most popular BBQ salad that exists. This version kicks it up a notch with some jalapeño heat.

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Sliced brisket on a cutting board

Just like all proper BBQ, smoking brisket takes patience. Depending on the size of your brisket it can take over 24 hours before it’s ready to eat, so you really need to plan ahead for this one.

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Dog Tired BBQ Logo

BBQ sauce is a very much a regional thing. In Texas, a good piece of smoked meat doesn’t NEED any sauce at all. When we do put it on our meat, we prefer the type of barbecue sauce that has a tomato base.

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