Friday, June 3, 2011

True story:

I can cook, sometimes I just don't have the creativity and knowledge to do it.

When I do, most times it turns out great.

Tuesday I had to go get dave from the airport and I had bought a pork roast a few months ago. The thought of pulled pork sandwiches made me salivate. So, I threw it in the crock pot. However, I know very little about crock pot cooking. I once put water in the bottom of the crock pot, you know under the removable dish. Yup, I totally did that. And covered my kitchen in water. I thought I had to, so I did.

So tues morning I threw the roast in. I knew I had to do something else. I wanted bbq sauce in with it so I dumped some on. I realized I should have probably waited on the bbq sauce so I added some water too. I really had no idea how it was going to turn out. I crossed my fingers and hoped it wouldn't be disastrous when I got home from the airport.

But, despite being a little dry on the bbq sauce (overall I used a whole bottle) it turned out delicious. And I am happy about that!

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1 comment:

  1. For future reference, you don't need any liquid in your crockpot if you want to cook a big piece of meat to do something with later.

    For pulled pork, put it in your crock pot for approximately 8 hours on low depending on the size of the cut. When it is finished, pull it out and use forks to shred it. Then put it all back in your crock pot and pour your barbecue sauce over top. Leave it in a few minutes to warm up and you're done!


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