Yield: 4-6 servings
2-3 cups cooked pulled pork
¾ cup favorite barbeque sauce
2 cups shredded cheese
Baked potatoes or sourdough rolls
Coleslaw as a side or topping for the roll
at home preparation:
prep time 10 minutes · total time: 10 minutes
Assemble any ingredients (the grasshaven team cooks pork butt one evening for a delicious outdoor dinner and reserves some pulled pork for the next day’s lunch special sandwiches or baked potato toppings)
campsite preparation and presentation:
total time: 3-4 hours
Warm the pulled pork and barbeque sauce in a saucepan. Toast the bread (or if you have left over baked potatoes – warm the potatoes). Once the pork/barbeque sauce is hot and the bread or potatoes are warm, plate the sandwiches (or baked potatoes) with the pulled pork mixture. Enjoy!
recommended campsite gadgets and gear:
disposable aluminum pan
Add a side of coleslaw (we recommend our Lovage Infused Slaw) and homemade chips. Even a simple lunch can become an epicurean delight.
Remember Better·Living·Is·Surprisingly·Simple™ in the outdoors.
Pulled Pork Lunch Special · Enjoy