Friday, September 13, 2019

Grover's Recipe Collection: Stout Slow-Cooked Pork


Y'all, I don't ordinarily condone unscrupulous conduct, but if ya wanna maintain yer reputation as a hard-workin' chef, y'all simply can't go around tellin' folks that yer slow cooker done all the work fer this recipe. Let's keep that between you an' me, and you jest enjoy all the compliments yer gonna git for this delicious dish.

Here's what yer gonna need. 

1 pound pork sirloin roast per person
12 ounces Guinness or other stout per 2 pounds pork roast
Yer favorite barbecue sauce
Slow cooker

Put the pork in the slow cooker. Pour the Guinness over it. Cook on low for 6 to 7 hours or high for 3 to four hours.

Take the pork out of the slow cooker. Shred it with two forks. Pour BBQ sauce over the pork. Serve with tortillas, on buns, with taters and beans, or however you like. It don't git no simpler or tastier than this!

Yer ole pal,
Ghost Town Grover



When y'all make a purchase from the General Store, it helps fund repairs to the ole hotel. Right now the place is kinda a construction zone. We got electrical contractors in here most days of the week. Next up: roofing, windows, and foundation.

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