Easy CrockPot Pork Roast

I’ve had this pork roast sitting in my freezer for a couple weeks now. My mom sent it over along with some pork chops even though she knows I hate cooking pork. I don’t exactly hate cooking it. I’m more like scared of cooking it because of how strict you have to be with making sure it reaches a certain temperature and cooks exactly right and all that junk. I’ve just always been scared of cooking pork, and the fact that I just don’t like a lot of pork doesn’t help either. I’ve only had 1 porkchop in my life that I was able to eat, and that was only because it was a stuffed porkchop and didn’t even taste like one.

When it comes to BBQ though, I prefer pork, so I decided to suck it up and cook this roast. Beef roasts are my specialty anyway, so how hard could it be right? I started looking online for a pretty easy crockpot pork BBQ recipe and all the recipes I found required so much that I just about scared myself out of making it. Then I clicked on one last link and found this quick and easy recipe posted by Diana Rattray.

Myron’s Barbecue Pork Recipe

INGREDIENTS:

* pork shoulder roast
* 1 large onion
* 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
* barbecue sauce, see directions
* toasted or heated sandwich buns

PREPARATION:
1. Place pork roast in crockpot.
2. Add large onion, sliced and 2 Tbs. Worcestershire sauce.
3. Add water to cover.
4. Crock on low all day (at least 12 hours).
5. Remove roast, discarding cooking water. Save onions.
6. Fork-shred pork, discarding any fat and bones.
7. Return shredded meat and onions to slow cooker/Crock Pot.
8. Dump a bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce over it and crock an hour or so on low until heated thoroughly.
9. Serve on heated buns.
10. Excellent! Tried and true, many times over the last 20 years!

Of course, we don’t like onions, so I’ll leave that out, but I did add a little onion powder for the flavor. Hubby has an issue with the texture of the onions and I’m allergic to them, but not to onion powder. I know we’re weird! I’ll let ya know how the BBQ turns out in….12 hours lol.