I hope you caught my weather forecast and bbq segment tonight on KREM 2 News at 5 and 6. Pulled Pork sandwiches were on the menu tonight. Here's how to do it on a gas grill.
Get a pork roast, spray it or wipe it with a little olive oil and then coat it with my Tom's Original BBQ Rub (available at Trading Company Stores). Fire up only half of the grill and place the roast on the unlit side. Close the lid and cook the meat indirectly. It will take between 4 and 6 hours. Use a meat thermometer when it hits 170 degrees its done.
For a nice smoky flavor soak some hard wood chips in water for 30 minutes and then wrap in foil. Poke some holes in it and place over the hot part of the grill. It's a great way to turn your gas grill into a smoker.
When the pork roast is done let it cool a bit and then use forks and a clever to pull the pork apart and chop it up. Mix bbq sauce with the meat and serve on a hamburger bun with cole slaw on top. Enjoy.