Pulled pork is made traditionally from pork shoulder which is also called Boston butt. The is an excellent method for preparing pulled pork North Carolina Style in 'Hot to Grill' on page 109. You prepare a basic barbecue rub and coat the meat the day before letting it marinate in the refrigerator overnight. Remove the meat and let it set at room temperature for about 30 minutes so you don’t put cold meat in your smoker and bring down the temps. HTG also has a vinegar base mop that you should apply about every hour to keep the meat moist and add flavor. I cooked two butts at 250 degrees for about 8 hours. I also prepared the slaw that Steven has on the same page for serving on the sandwich and it was delicious.
Steven demonstrated how to make pulled pork on his BBQ-U show on PBS in episode 108 “Whole Hog”. Take a look: http://www.bbqu.net/108.html
I hope you try this. I was definatly worth the effort!