Piggy Went to the Crockpot

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https://serenityspaonline.com/83pmdbs I’ve been just on the edge of my seat to share my pulled pork with you! HUGE win for me. See, I attempted this once before. I cooked my pork butt for HOURS over the course of 2 days and it was terrible and undercooked. I tried to salvage it but it was a wash. I was annoyed, felt betrayed by the pork, and felt wasteful.

This time was different since I used my shiny red crockpot for the pork butt/pork shoulder. Fun fact: pork butt and pork shoulder are the SAME thing. Pulled pork cooks low and slow for hours. Mr. J and I work too long for most crockpot items to be weeknight dinners. I was out of ketchup so I improvised with my fav tomatoes and some vinegar, salt, and sugar. https://www.chat-quiberon.com/2024/01/18/krw9aqbikq3 pullpork_tomato_390_590 The prep was super fast  in the morning and then it cooked low and slow for 10 hours all while the pup was probably drooling. I always wonder if he is driven crazy by the food smells or if he loves it. Well, he loves most things in life so I’d guess he loves it. Buy Soma Carisoprodol Online pullpork_plate_590_390

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https://modaypadel.com/1oc1e2x706 4 pound pork shoulder/pork butt 1 onion, chopped https://therepairstore.ca/1sw5l23 2 tbs garlic, chopped https://serenityspaonline.com/6kfmv1x5ax 1 cup canned tomatoes (or ketchup) https://sieterevueltas.net/cvd24gw8ts 2 tbs white vinegar (omit if using ketchup) https://www.ngoc.org.uk/uncategorized/future-events/cjhrw4pw ⅓ cup cider vinegar https://modaypadel.com/hgdm0ekbrfx ⅓ cup packed brown sugar 2 tbs paprika http://www.wowogallery.com/48gh60zan1 3 tbs spicy brown mustard Buy Diazepam Uk Online 2 tbs salt 2 tbs pepper
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Buy Valium From Canada Mix onion, garlic, tomatoes, vinegars, sugar, paprika, mustard, salt and pepper.
Cut pork into quarters being mindful if it is a bone-in cut (mine was).
Add everything into the crockpot.
Set for 10 hours on low and return home to delicious barbecue smells!
Gently remove pork and reheat the sauce on high or in a pot to thicken.


http://www.wowogallery.com/aaeqiiq5s I was so excited! This was good and really different from meat I typically serve. I used tongs to get it out of the crockpot and it FELL off the bone. Success! I didn’t even have to fork the meat appart…it separated enough just when I picked it up with the tongs a bit!
There was a lot of meat here given I’m feeding two of us. We ate it a few times then I froze the rest with the sauce. I’m curious to see how it is defrosted.

https://masterfacilitator.com/z5o4c61 I served it with some cornbread muffin tops I made. I rarely use my muffin top pan for actual muffins but I did this time! I used a mix but they’re easy enough to whip up.


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