Sunday, October 23, 2011

Pulled Pork Sandwiches


I was in the mood for something easy that would allow me time to get my errands and cleaning done so I put a pork loin in the crockpot. The result was delicious, tender meat that was seasoned with onions, garlic, Sweet Baby Rays and Worcestershire sauce.

Here is the complete list:
4 lb bone-in Pork Loin End Roast
12 oz. pineapple juice
generous sprinkle of
 Montreal Steak Seasoning
1 small - medium sweet onion, chopped
3 large cloves garlic, chopped

Place loin into crockpot and pour pineapple juice over, then sprinkle with steak seasoning. Place chopped onion and garlic on top.


Cook on high for 2 hours, reduce heat to low and continue cooking for another 5 hours on. I flipped it around once so the top would have a chance to cook in the juice. When it's cooked and tender, drain (reserve onions and garlic) and remove to a cutting board and shred with two forks.


Place back into the crockpot along with the onions and garlic.


Add Sweet Baby Ray's and a few dashes of Worcestershire Sauce and salt to taste. I added just a bit of water to help distribute the bbq sauce better.


The guys came in after dark from hunting and barely took time to enjoy a sandwich before leaving for the mountains for more hunting. (Serena and I enjoyed some quality shopping time together while they were gone.) ☺


These are the ones I love!


I know, bad lighting, fake smiles, and a chaotic house. But this happened to be life on this particular evening. ☺ This is how they look when they are trying to throw it down as fast as possible and Mom insists on taking pictures. I was impressed that they took time for even these pictures. I mean, come on Mom, we are headed to the mountains in five!


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4 comments:

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  2. Yum! Love pulled pork, especially in the crock pot. Pineapple juice must be the new fad. I just made a spiral ham with pineapple juice in the crock pot. Come on over and share this with the Hunk of Meat Monday linky party.

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  3. Hi, again, Martha, long time no see (I was awfully busy)! You have such a wonderful family, I wish you all the best!

    Strange how I never thought to make pulled pork; seeing yours made me wish I could go buy some meat now :))

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  4. Pulled pork sandwiches are a staple at so many of our parties. I'll have to give this recipe a try. I love the picture at the end of the post. So cute. Capturing those moments of real life is so special. Thanks for sharing.

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