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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Pulled Pork

  The prices of meat has become outrageous.  We love beef but had to start purchasing pork more often because it is a LOT cheaper than beef.  We can buy a nice sized pork roast for $5.00 compared to the same size of beef roast for close to $10.   I generally pick up 6 pork roasts a month.  We have a roast dinner every Sunday but with the other two roasts, we like to make pulled pork.  Nothing tastes as good as homemade pulled pork sandwiches on my homemade bread.  They just hit the spot.


Pulled Pork

                                       1 pork roast                        1/4 c. red wine vinegar
                                        3 T. oil                                3 T. paprika
                                        2 T. salt                              1 tsp. chopped onion
                                        2 tsp. pepper                       1 c. beef broth
                                        1 tsp. garlic powder

      Add your roast to the crock pot and turn it onto low.  Season the meat with the other ingredients and just let it cook for 8-10 hours.  When it is done, bring it out and place on a plate.


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 Remove and bones and large pieces of fat (which I save and freeze for use in making beef broth/stock).  

Then place the meat into a bowl and start shredding the meat using a pair of forks. 


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You can add a bit of the juices from the crock pot if you desire but it really isn't needed.  The only thing that makes this any better is if you add in my homemade BBQ sauce.  On its own, the pulled pork is delicious but with the tangy BBQ sauce, it just really brings out the flavors. 


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2 comments:

  1. My husband loves pulled pork. Personally I don't eat much meat but I'll have to make this for him. He'll love it. I guess I'm not much of a butcher's granddaughter as I didn't know how to make it but let me assure you that I cut up a mean chicken, lol.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and reading my blog post. Please let me know how he likes it but if you didn't get the recipe for my Tangy BBQ sauce, please do so. They really compliment one another well. Hugs!

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