2 tablespoons Paul Prudhomme Poultry Magic Seasoning
3 cups Maple Barbecue Sauce
8 sesame seed buns, toasted
Maple Barbecue Sauce: Stud pork roast with garlic cloves. Season with salt and
Combine basil, tarragon and cilantro with 1 ounce oil. Rub roast with herb
Sear on a flat grill.
Place in a roasting pan in a 300 degree F oven for
1 1/2 hours or until internal temperature is 155 degrees F. Keep warm.
Sauté onions and peppers in additional oil. When onions are translucent, season
with thyme, malt vinegar, salt and pepper.
To serve, cut roast into thin slices. Place approximately 6 ounces on each roll.
Top with peppers and onion.
Crispy Slaw: In a non-reactive container, whisk sugar and vinegar until sugar
is completely dissolved.
Add mayonnaise, celery seed, capers and garlic; whisk until
In a large bowl combine cabbages and carrots.
Add dressing and lightly
Serve within 1 hour while cabbage retains its crisp texture.
Pulled Pork: Heat convection oven to 300 degrees F with fan on high speed. Rub
pork with salt, pepper and seasoning blend. Place pork in roasting pan with one
inch water in bottom. Tent pan with foil. Bake approximately 2 3/4 hours or until
internal temperature reaches 155 degrees F.
Allow pork to cool to 80 degrees F.
Break up pork and shred by pulling apart. Add sauce to pork.
To serve, heat 9 ounces
pork mixture until steaming. Place mixture on toasted sesame seed bun. If desired,
top with leek, julienne-cut, cornmeal-battered and deep-fried. Serve with a small
bowl of slaw.
Yield: 8 servings
Source: Chef Andr Halston, Champps, Englewood, Colorado - porktimes.org