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October 30, 2010

Easy Pulled Pork for the World Series

Once again, we'll be watching our beloved S.F. Giants trying to get one step closer to their 1st World Series win.  No extra time needs to be taken away from game time to cook dinner so once again the slow cooker is in use.  This time, pulled pork.  A perfectly easy and delicious game day dinner.  Slow cooker recipes are my 'go to' meals in the winter time.

Here's what you need...............

Plus a pork butt {shoulder} roast.  This one was around 4 pounds.  I trimmed as much of the fat off of it as I could.  Placed it in the slow cooker.

I then mixed the ingredients above as per directions on the back of the McCormick package and poured it over the top of the pork butt covered it and set the slow cooker on low for 8 hours.

Here's the ingredients of the McCormick's package, in case you're interested.

After 8 hours, it looks like this.

Then I shredded the entire thing with two forks.  At this point, the pork butt roast just falls apart.  Mix it all up really well and serve.
I served it up on hamburger buns.  Yum!

We also have a huge bag of grated mozzarella cheese in the fridge, so some of that became the topping.

Hope you get a chance to try this easy, delicious recipe.

Related posts you may enjoy:

GO Giants!

Giant's logo from Google images

And if you haven't already seen this, Steve Perry joins in to his own song when it was played at the ball park the other night.  Gotta love when Steve Perry serenades the crowd!

Happy Saturday!

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

I join you as a fan of pulled pork in the slow cooker! Costco has a 4-pack of pork tip rounds for something like $18. I like to put one in the slow cooker with a package of taco seasoning and about 1/2 c. water on low for about 8 hours. It's great for tacos! Mmmm!