I’ve posted a recipe over at MommieKate. (It’s a part of my #3in30 post.) Come on over for a super delicious, easy- peasy, melt in your mouth and slap-your-mamma pulled pork sammich!
(Okay, don’t really slap your Mamma. She’s liable to slap you back! It’s just a southern expression for sho- nuff real good food.)
Week Three – Encouragement
I’m plugging along:
- almost finished the inspirational book
- still trying to find the right day for writing time (looks like Saturday, maybe. Don’t hold me to it)
- finished with Fall decorations.
I’d like to encourage you today by saying, “hang in there.” Great speech, huh? No really, just keep going. Keep moving forward- even if its just baby steps. Wherever you are, what ever you’re doing, just take one step forward. Then another. Then another.
Since everyone is doing so well, I’m making supper for all my #3in30 Gals. That’s right! Supper. Here is THE. EASIEST. SUPPER- evhah, Baby.
Here’s what you’ll need to make the most wonderful, delicious, moistest (did I mention easiest?) Pulled Pork Sandwiches
- Crock pot
- Pork loin
- BBQ Sauce
That’s it. Super easy.
Separate your pork loin if it comes two to a package. Place it in the crock pot and pour an entire bottle of BBQ sauce over it. Fill the empty bottle with water and add a half or more of the water over the loin. You have to eyeball this one. The amount of liquid depends on the size of your pot and loin. Don’t overfill as the crock pot creates moisture. You knew that already, I know. I just had to say it. Put the lid on and bake on low for 8-10 hours. An hour before you intend to serve it, take two forks and shred the loin to pieces. It’ll be so tender it will just fall apart. At this stage it may absorb more of the sauce so you will want to check it after 30 minutes to see if you need to add a little more water. Serve on buns.
We use Ubon’s Dipping sauce. I’m not sure you can find it outside of the South. It’s made locally. Any BBQ sauce will do. My family enjoys using Hawaiian Bread as buns. We also top our pork with coleslaw (Kroger prepared package- just add a little mayo) and a dab of Sweet Baby Ray’s. Serve with chips or fries. Enjoy!
(Disclaimer/Credit: I have no idea where this recipe came from. I’ve been making it this way for so long I have forgotten who told me about it. Heck, I may have even come up with it on my own. Who knows? Just enjoy. Feel free to share.)