**Now, my guys here on our farm don’t like adding veggies to the dish…but if you find your household or farm love veggies…add some green peppers and onions…mushrooms- whatever you put on your pizza!
**Since we are a BEEF farm, I sometimes make this dish with ground beef and it taste just as yummy. Or mix it with pork sausage and ground beef. Both are delicious!
**Double the recipe and make a freezer dish- tastes just as yummy a few months later. This was one of my pregnancy meals that I planned before I had our daughter and worked great for those weeks of cooking for the farm and I didn’t feel like doing anything!
On the 4th of July we didn't do anything too special, unless you count lots and lots of home projects.Knowing it was going to be a busy day of projects I decided I wanted to do something quick in the crockpot and still yummy!
One thing I love in my house is our crockpots. I use them pretty much all the time and I love trying out my favorite recipes in them.
My husband gives two thumbs up for this delicious pulled pork I make in the crockpot and it's so simple any busy mom will love it too!
6 lbs. boneless pork shoulder1 1/2 tsp. paprika2 tsp. black pepper1 tsp. cayenne pepper1 tsp. thyme 1 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. salt 1-2 cups of water
Mix all the seasoning together in a small bowl. Stick your pork shoulder in your crockpot and then taking the seasoning give it a good rub down. Make sure to lift up any pieces that are overlapping. There should be more than enough seasoning. Add your water last.
Cover the crock pot and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours or high for 4 to 5 hours. Or cook it until the pork is really tender. Pull apart with a fork tender.
Serve on Kaiser buns or hamburger buns with BBQ sauce.