WFDW-Pulled Pork!

Don't worry, I didn't forget in all the Giveaway Excitement that today is also a Wednesday. I've got a Pulled Pork "recipe" coming right up!

This is a favorite meal in this house. Especially with Zeke. You would be astounded to know how much pulled pork and spaghetti squash this child can eat:

He was going at it long after Josh and I had finished eating. In fact I had put away the leftovers, and cleaned all of the dishes, counters, and sink when we finally told him enough was enough and he had to stop!

And as always with my W.F.D.W. meals, it is very easy to make!

Your first step is to put a pork (or if you prefer beef) roast in a crock pot or slow cooker along with an onion chopped into 1/4ths, plenty of salt, garlic, and about 1/4 cup vinegar. It can be pretty much any cut, and in fact I'd suggest a pretty cheap one because when you slow cook something for this long it really doesn't matter. Anyways keep it on "low" if you are using a slow cooker or at about 275* if your using a crock pot in the oven.

When you're done ( a good 6 hours later) its going to be fall apart tender. Just shred it with two forks.






You can stop right there and serve it as-is (this is the way Zeke eats his). Or if you'd like you can smother and mix it with your favorite barbecue sauce and slap it on a bun (Josh and I eat it twice, once each way). A great summer food. Or a wish-it-was-summer food. And Zeke thinks it goes awfully well with squash. ;)

7 comments:

From Me to You said...

YUM!! How long does it stay in the crock pot for?

From Me to You said...
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Kait T said...

omg that looks so good

I am Harriet said...

Hi.
I'm stopping by via SITS to say hello.
I enjoyed reading.

coco-ono said...

thanks nicole for the catch, about 6 hours.

Ronnica said...

You're making me hungry (though I'd definitely make it with beef)!

Alexia said...

I love every recipe you've mentioned so far because they are so stinkin' easy! (well, and they look good) I am nowhere close to having the patience to make some of the complicated meals I've seen on other sites!