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Crumpets and Bollocks: Easy Delicious Pork Roast-- Lazy Recipe

Easy Delicious Pork Roast-- Lazy Recipe

I made this up for New Year's one year, but the first version required a lot more effort like chopping an onion and some cabbage. I realized later when I started forgetting the original recipe and was too lazy to look it up in my Facebook notes so I skipped most of the steps that it's just as delicious this way as the original, and really super easy. It's probably the only thing I make that beats my mom's cooking. 

This recipe inspired my DnG status today...
"I wake up smelling booze and I'm like thinking how the neighbors must of partied hard last night and maybe I should offer them some Motrin if I can smell them from here... I go to the kitchen and it's worse. WTF? That smell is not coming from them. It's coming from me. Did I miss a party at my place? Trash was clean. Fridge clean, nothing totally fermenting, growing a civilization, yet. It took me about 20 minutes awake time (not counting the hour in my bed where i kept waking up to and and going back to sleep) to realize I put a pork in the slow cooker last night, my pork roast where I dump a beer and some sauerkraut on it... That's why it smells like booze."

So now that I gave away the surprise ending with my status, and basically the whole recipe, here it is...

Ingredients:

Pork Roast
Big Can or Jar of Sauerkraut
Beer

Slow Cooker version:

Drop the roast in the cooker. Dump a big can of sauerkraut on top. Dump a beer. Cover with a lid. Cook on low all night and all day the next day, or cook on high all day... Cook until the pork is done. 

Stovetop version:

Drop the roast in a deep pot. Dump a big can of sauerkraut on top. Dump a beer. Cover with a lid. Cook on high for like 5 or 10 minutes and then drop it to a simmer/medium low heat. Cook until the pork is done, usually a couple hours.



For BEER, I choose Yuengling's Black and Tan. My mom attempted it once with a Bud Light, and it was still good, just not as good as my Black and Tan version. If I were somewhere beyond the boundaries of Yuengling (as it's not available just anywhere), I'd probably use a Guinness or mix Guinness with Amber Bock. 

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Crumpets and Bollocks: Easy Delicious Pork Roast-- Lazy Recipe

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Easy Delicious Pork Roast-- Lazy Recipe

I made this up for New Year's one year, but the first version required a lot more effort like chopping an onion and some cabbage. I realized later when I started forgetting the original recipe and was too lazy to look it up in my Facebook notes so I skipped most of the steps that it's just as delicious this way as the original, and really super easy. It's probably the only thing I make that beats my mom's cooking. 

This recipe inspired my DnG status today...
"I wake up smelling booze and I'm like thinking how the neighbors must of partied hard last night and maybe I should offer them some Motrin if I can smell them from here... I go to the kitchen and it's worse. WTF? That smell is not coming from them. It's coming from me. Did I miss a party at my place? Trash was clean. Fridge clean, nothing totally fermenting, growing a civilization, yet. It took me about 20 minutes awake time (not counting the hour in my bed where i kept waking up to and and going back to sleep) to realize I put a pork in the slow cooker last night, my pork roast where I dump a beer and some sauerkraut on it... That's why it smells like booze."

So now that I gave away the surprise ending with my status, and basically the whole recipe, here it is...

Ingredients:

Pork Roast
Big Can or Jar of Sauerkraut
Beer

Slow Cooker version:

Drop the roast in the cooker. Dump a big can of sauerkraut on top. Dump a beer. Cover with a lid. Cook on low all night and all day the next day, or cook on high all day... Cook until the pork is done. 

Stovetop version:

Drop the roast in a deep pot. Dump a big can of sauerkraut on top. Dump a beer. Cover with a lid. Cook on high for like 5 or 10 minutes and then drop it to a simmer/medium low heat. Cook until the pork is done, usually a couple hours.



For BEER, I choose Yuengling's Black and Tan. My mom attempted it once with a Bud Light, and it was still good, just not as good as my Black and Tan version. If I were somewhere beyond the boundaries of Yuengling (as it's not available just anywhere), I'd probably use a Guinness or mix Guinness with Amber Bock. 

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