Thursday, September 29, 2011

Pulled Pork and a Homecoming Parade


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A super easy sandwich for a busy night.  I put this Pork Shoulder Blade Boston Roast in the crock pot with some water and when we got home I shredded the roast and put some BBQ sauce on it...yummy!  We were busy today with the homecoming parade.  We drove the golf team around in the parade in our truck.  It is such fun to see all the sports represented in the parade along with the marching band and homecoming court riding in convertible cars, brings back old memories of my High School days many years ago.  This was a sad moment as this is Cally's last homecoming parade.

Pulled Pork

Pork shoulder blade boston roast
BBQ Sauce (my favorite Sweet Baby Rays)

Put roast in crock pot, add water and cook on low for 8 hours or until tender and falls apart when you poke it with a fork.  Take roast out of crock pot and cool slightly until you can handle it to shred the pork discarding fat and bones.  After shredded pour your choice of BBQ sauce over pork and mix until covered.  Can be served just like it is or put it on a bun...enjoy!