OK, so my blog posts are fewer lately. I've been trying to get to bed earlier...which is a big struggle for me. I'm a night owl by nature, but as I'm aging, it gets harder and harder to function the next day. I used to work on my blog at midnight and now that time slot has poofed out of my schedule. I am amazed at how well some of you bloggers do with staying consistent with your posts. Maybe I need to hire some of you to work on mine!
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I found this seriously-so-fabulous-people-will-think-you-spent-all-day-on-it recipe in my crock pot recipe book that came with my slow cooker.
3 - 4 lb pork roast (I always get a 2.5 lb roast)
4 - 6 apples, cored and quartered (I use Fuji because of the sweetness)
1/2 cup apple juice
5 Tablespoons of brown sugar
2 Tablespoons of ground ginger
Salt & Pepper to taste
1. Rub roast with desired amount of salt & pepper.
2. Place apple quarters in bottom of slow cooker, place roast on top.
3. Combine apple juice, brown sugar and ginger then spoon over top of roast, moistening well.
4. Cook on low for 10-12 hours. (My crock pot only takes around 6 hours on low and 4 hours on high.)
This dish is FABULOUS!! I serve with red potatoes and green beans.
Head over to Diary of a Stay at Home Mom for more Slow Cooking recipes and to participate in Slow Cooking Thursday!
How late do you stay up at night?