Pulled pork is something that you can do so much with, and at the same time, it’s so similar each time. You can go for long times on the grill or in a smoker, but a crockpot is definitely the most convenient for most people.
I’ve heard people swear by “cooking it dry”, meaning they add no liquid during the cooking process, just spices and pork. There’s also adding BBQ sauce, or broth, or worcestershire sauce, or even fruit juices. It varies so widely that it makes cooking pulled pork, very individualized. I am not sure how many different ways I will be trying, but the ones that I do try, I will write down and give some feed back as to how it cooked, tasted, and anything else I can think of.
If you have pulled pork in BBQ sauce, it can be used for easy reheat meals, just like that. If you leave it without a sauce, you can add any you want to it later, especially when it compliments the rest of the meal you have it with. For instance, with jalapeno and cream cheese, you could add a sweet honey sauce with the pork for either tacos or just eat by the forkful.