Monday, November 3, 2014

Surviving the Storehouse: BBQ Pork



Tender, juicy meat surrounded by sweet, tangy, spicy sauce.

Think you have to go without when living from the Storehouse?

Think again!

I won't pretend this is the BEST EVER barbecue, mostly because that is pure opinion, but it is pretty darn good!

P. S. I had to triple this recipe to feed my family for two meals, but it still worked out deliciously!

Storehouse BBQ Pork

1 pork roast (I'd guess around 3-4 pounds, for you non-storehouse people)
1 cup catsup
1/2 cup honey or brown sugar
3 Tbsp yellow mustard
Salt and pepper to taste

Cook your roasts in a slow cooker or in an oven set at 200 degrees F for at least 12 hours.  When it is fork tender, remove from oven or slow cooker and transfer to large pot.  Add sauce ingredients.  Bring to a simmer and cook for 2 hours.  Shred pork with forks and cook for 2 hours longer.  Stir well and serve hot.  It's delicious by itself or over rice or on a tortilla. 

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