Dr Pepper Pulled Pork (Slow Cooker Recipe)

Dr Pepper Pulled Pork

Dr Pepper Pulled Pork

Ingredients:

1 pork butt/pork shoulder roast
salt, pepper, adobo and Ancho chile seasoning
1 one onion chopped (optional)
2 cans Dr Pepper
3/4 cup Barbecue Sauce (or to taste)
Buns & coleslaw for serving

Instructions:

1. Place the onion in the bottom of the slow cooker. Rub the outside of the roast with salt, pepper, adobo and ancho chile seasonings.

2. Pour the Dr Pepper over the pork and cook on high 4-5 hours or on low 8-10 hours.

3. The meat will be very tender. Using 2 forks, shred the pork and place back in the juices.

4. Add barbecue sauce to taste. Allow to cook and additional 30-60 minutes if desired.

5. Serve on crusty rolls with coleslaw or old-fashioned hamburger buns.

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Garden UPDATE!!!!

Yes, it’s been awhile since my last posting. I apologize to my followers but I have been busy working the raised beds and doing some planting around the house.

I have white radishes about 2 weeks away from picking, my tomatoes I planted from seed are up about 2 inches and growing their 2nd leaves, my green and Anaheim peppers are finally poking through the ground. YIPPEE!!!!!

My containers on my deck are doing great as the picture I’m sharing shows how well my 5-gallon bucket potatoes are doing and my sweet yellow Spanish onions are doing as well. I also have green onions and French breakfast radishes, cilantro and carrots growing in one container.

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This was taken one week ago. First time I’ve ever grown potatoes in a 5-gallon bucket and they’re looking really nice.

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These are my two raised beds I added this year. Just finished watering.

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This view is looking down from my deck. My potatoes are on the left and my white radishes on the right.

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A week later look how my 5-gallon bucket potatoes are doing. My other two containers are doing really well also.

I hope everyone enjoys my updates! I will continue to post pictures as my garden grows.

Happy Gardening Everyone!

 

Gardening Time Is Finally Here!!!!

Sorry folks for not posting for a while. I’ve been busy tending to my gardens getting them planted and watered I finally have some photos to share.

Tomatoes, White Radishes and Peppers

Tomatoes, White Radishes and Peppers

My Crop potatoes this year

My Crop potatoes this year

I planted my tomatoes from seed this year again like I did last year and they’ve just broke through the soil two days ago so they’re just about an inch tall but my white radishes and potatoes (12 of 14) are coming up through my grass mulch.

Sweet Peas

Sweet Peas

My new crop this year; celery

My new crop this year; celery

My traditional garden is coming up now as well; squash, cucumbers, celery, peas, yellow sweet onions and my beans have yet to pop through but once this rainy weather moves through and we start to get some of that warm sunshine everything will go nuts.

Russet and German Butterball potatoes

Russet and German Butterball potatoes

Carrots, Green onions, Cilantro and French Breakfast Radishes

Carrots, Green onions, Cilantro and French Breakfast Radishes

New crop added this year; Top Hat Dwarf Blueberry plants (Planted one week ago and leffing out-harvest time is in the Fall)

New crop added this year; Top Hat Dwarf Blueberry plants (Planted one week ago and leafing out-harvest time is in the Fall)

My containers on the deck are doing well also.

Happy Gardening to All!!!!