These pork shoulder burnt ends couldn’t be any easier – or any more delicious! Thanks to your smoker, each one is full of tangy barbecue, smoky flavor, and juicy pork.
Prepare a smoker at 250 F.
Break down the pork shoulder for faster cooking by cutting it into pieces that are approximately 1 1/2-2" thick. Generously season with the dry rub on all sides.
Transfer to prepared smoker. Smoke until pork reaches a temperature of 165 F.
Remove pork to a large cutting board and allow to rest for 10-15 minutes. Cut pork into 1-2" cubes and transfer into an aluminum pan.
Pour BBQ sauce over the pork pieces and toss until evenly coated. Return to smoker for an additional 1-2 hours, until pork is tender inside and crispy outside.