REVIEW – Byron’s Fully Cooked Pork BBQ

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There are some foods that we really enjoy eating and wish we could have more but that I just don’t have time to make during the week. Some of these foods that can be cooked outside, but who wants to stand outside in 104 degree weather like we had this past week. Pulled pork is one of these foods.

This past week we tried some BBQ Pulled Pork from Byron’s. Byron’s BBQ is hickory smoked and slow cooked and then hand pulled, then put into containers and frozen. It’s easy to make – just heat it and eat it. You can put the foil tray in the oven or on the grill, or you can put the contents of the tray into your slow cooker. You can even microwave it, not in the foil try of course. We cooked our 4 pound tray in the oven. The package contains to make up to 30 sandwiches, depending on the size sandwich you make of course. We actually didn’t make sandwiches with ours. We split ours into two meals. For one meal we served it over rice. For the other meal we combined the pulled pork and shredded cheese and made wraps. The meat is tasty, sweet and smoky with a bit of heat at the end. It’s actually got a little more heat than I prefer but it was still good. The tray has a good amount of meat, it isn’t just juice like some companies give you. I love that this item is easy to make and requires no prep.

Byron’s BBQ is sold nationwide at Sam’s Club stores and BJ’s Wholesale Club. It’s available in a 4 pound package or a package containing two 24 ounce trays. From now until August 15 Sam’s has it on sale for $9.98 per 4 pound tray. Visit www.byronsbbq.com for more information. On the website you’ll find recipe including this one.

Grilled BBQ Pizza

Ingredients

  • 2 lb. Byron’s Fully Cooked Pork BBQ
  • 16 oz. BBQ sauce
  • 4 large prepared pizza crusts
  • 1 large green bell peppers, diced
  • 1 large red onions, sliced
  • 1 bag shredded Colby Jack cheese

Preparation

1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Heat BBQ tray according to package instructions.
2. Preheat grill to medium heat. Assemble pizzas by spreading equal parts BBQ sauce, BBQ Pork, sliced red onions, diced green bell peppers and cheese on each.
3. Place pizzas on grill and cook with lid closed for 10-12 minutes. Check periodically to ensure even cooking among all pizzas.

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4 comments

pat.navymom July 14, 2010 - 11:49 am

Love good pulled pork–shame I can’t eat much of it any more.
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Deb K July 15, 2010 - 1:51 pm

That looks so good~Too bad we don’t carry that here
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Marie September 2, 2018 - 2:08 pm

If tray left unopened in refrigerator, not freezer, how long will the pork remain fresh to eat?

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valmg September 3, 2018 - 10:54 am

I do not know, I’d suggest contacting the company on that question.

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