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Pulled Pork, so good, so easy

Why hasn't pulled pork made it into my cooking repertoire before now? I can't tell you. But I can tell you this: I wish it had made its appearance earlier. It's just so dang EASY. And so dang TASTY.  My brother-in-law tipped me off to the ease of pulled pork last year, and now that I've made it once, I think it's going to be one of those go-to suppers for a busy day. So here's what I did. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork I started out with this recipe as a guide, but...I didn't really follow the recipe....(I guess I use recipes more as an idea of how long to cook things for.) I put my 4lb pork shoulder roast, fully defrosted, into the slow cooker on High.  Along with it I threw in: Large chopped onion A few cloves of garlic A can of tomato paste Some brown sugar (a few tablespoons) A few splashes of apple cider vinegar Half a cup (or so) of a spicy apple butter (spiced with allspice, cinammon, cloves, nutmeg etc.) Half a cup (or so) of applesauce A splash of Worcestershire Sauce A tablespoon of yellow mustard Thyme, Salt, Pepper to taste A cup (or so) of water (broth would have been better, but I hadn't thought to defrost any in advance) After 5 hours, the meat was ready! I removed the roast from the sauces, shredded it with a fork, and put the meat back in to soak up some more of the juices until we were ready to eat supper. We served it on toasted, buttered buns, with a simple coleslaw on the side. Done. Amazing. Tasty. Easy.

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