Sometimes things just need to be easy, well maybe easy and delicious!
Here is a good one–everyone loves it, winter or summer. Cheap, easy, and so good!
Crock Pot Pulled Pork Sandwiches
4-5 pound pork shoulder roast, bone in (I like to buy them when they are 99cents a pound-score!)
mustard powder, S&P, 2 cloves garlic, any other of your favourite seasoning you might want to add
1 large onion chopped fine
1 bottle of your favourite BBQ Sauce
Cut off skin and as much fat as possible from the pork roast. Season the meat with the mustard powder and S&P. Place it in the crock pot with the 2 cloves of crushed garlic. Cook on high 3-5 hours or until easily pulled apart with a fork. (you will end up with some liquid, read: meat juice- in the crockpot)
Using 2 forks shred pork (discarding the bone and any fat that may still be on the meat). **
Add the onion, the shredded meat and 1/2 the bottle of BBQ sauce to the liquid in the crockpot. Mix well, add more BBQ sauce if it isn’t saucy enough. Cook on high for another 2-3 hours or more. (you can’t over cook this baby…) Serve on crusty buns with some Coleslaw on the side.
** if you want to cook until this point and put in the fridge to finish cooking the next day–it is an easy way to save some time on a busy day.
..also, this recipe freezes well–so make some extra and put it away for another day!