Want the very best pulled pork recipe? Then you’re in luck because this slow cooker pulled pork shoulder recipe is so perfect you can serve it all year long!
No need to wait for BBQ season and summer weather! Sounds awesome right? This is the easy family supper you need right now after a very hectic week.
All you need to do is get out the slow cooker, throw in a pork butt or pork shoulder, some water or ginger ale, your own personal spices and let it cook….slowly….until you have pork that melts in your mouth, shreds easily and becomes the best pulled pork sandwich anywhere! Are you with me?
This post was originally published on August 14, 2017 and updated February 22, 2019.
You will need…. 3 to 5 lb pork shoulder (depends on the size of your crowd), 2 cups of water, Salt and pepper, 3-4 whole cloves, 2 chopped cooking onions, 2 pints of my Homemade BBQ Sauce!
Can’t you just see the joy on your family’s faces when you pull this delicious French Canadian Tourtiere or meat pie from the oven during the Holidays? The golden pie crust plus all of those delicious spices will make every mouth water. You can make the filling using your Instant Pot or Stove Top, there are recipes for both below.
Classic Quiche For the Best Brunch Ever!
This post was originally published on October 16, 2016 and updated June 24, 2018.
Have you checked out our other savory pies? Delicious recipes like 5 Layer Tomato Pie, Chicken Pot Pie or Tourtiere? You should!
Easy Cheddar Bay Biscuits Recipe
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Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits should be illegal. I mean how can a biscuit that is loaded with cheese and butter be made available to an unsuspecting diner at no charge? I could make an entire meal of these amazing Cheddar Bay Biscuits!! Know what I mean? Of course you do!
A great homemade hamburger recipe for your next BBQ!
My husband Mark and I are embarking on new journey – to become full time RV’ers by next summer.
Actually Mark is full time and I am working for one more year. It will all go by so fast.
So this blog post is all about how to make a great homemade hamburger and this recipe is one that Mark created just this past weekend. We pretty much split up the kitchen into two camps. I’m the Baker and he’s the Chef, so I’ll let him tell it…