When ready to cook, preheat oven to 275 degrees F.
In a small bowl, combine salt, bold black pepper, and paprika; rub onto both sides of the beef.
Heat a heavy oven-proof pot or a Dutch Oven on medium heat. Add approximately 1 to 2 tablespoons olive oil. Place the prepared beef roast in the pot and brown on both sides. After you flip the meat to brown, add the garlic to the olive oil (alongside the meat) and saute until it turns golden and becomes fragrant.
Making Spicy Pulled Pork with Peppers ahead of time: At this point, you can put this dish into the refrigerator to cook later in the day. You can also make this dish a day ahead. After meat is cooked (see below), remove the whole peppers, put into a dish with a lid, and place in the refrigerator. Shred the meat and place (with the juices in the refrigerator overnight) and let the resulting fat harden. Remove fat the next morning, add wax peppers back into the dish, and then gently reheat when ready to eat.
Cover with a tight fitting lid, and bake approximately 5 to 6 hours or until the meat is fork tender and falling apart. If meat in not tender at this point, return to oven for an additional 30 minutes and then check again. Add a little more beef stock, if necessary, to keep meat moist.
When meat is done, remove only the meat to a cutting board. Using two forks, shred the meat (do not leave any large pieces). Return meat to the cooking pot and mix together with the liquid and peppers.
Serve on toasted and buttered rolls of your choice. Cut a wedge out of the top of a large roll, making a trough down the middle of the bread. Pile the shredded meat into the trough. T he pork mixture will stay in place nicely while eating.
Makes 4 to 5 servings.
* Extra Bold Indian Black Peppercorns are the world's best as only ten pounds out of every ton of Tellicherry pepper makes the special grade. Half-sharp Hungarian paprika is a spicier, hotter version of Hungarian sweet paprika.
** I like to serve this pulled beef on Mexican Bolillo Rolls. However, if you prefer a roll that is more crusty, you can cut a wedge out of the top of a large roll (of your choice), making a trough down the middle of the bread.
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