The recipe is a snap. It’s a true “dump and cook” slow-cooker recipe that requires almost no prep work.
Really, the hardest thing about this recipe is waiting for it to be done! Resisting the temptation to crack the lid and try a bite will be sheer torture. But resist you must because you will be rewarded with meat that literally falls apart as soon as you touch it.
This recipe, like so many others, comes to us through a couple of websites tracking back to each other.
First thekitchn.com raved and raved – “Really, we can’t say enough good things here. We couldn’t believe how good this was given that the meat never went near an actual barbecue or smoker!” However they did add one extra step:
We seared our pork before putting it in the slow cooker and then deglazed the pan with a splash of cider vinegar. Call us superstitious, but searing always seems to add that extra layer of savory flavor to whatever we’re cooking. We tend to do it even when its not called for.
And then they send you to the original source at splendidtable.org who originally published this recipe in their book Cheater BBQ: Barbecue Anywhere, Any Time, in Any Weather.
So consider this recipe a good ol’ fashioned hand me down. Click here for the recipe
Photos from: thekitchen.com