I had such a good response when I ran this special on Cyber Monday that I decided to run it again for all of you last minute shoppers…
This deal will run through New Years.
Buy any of my 12 week programs and get 2 more weeks for FREE (14 weeks for the price of 12).
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You can purchase for yourself OR someone else as a gift (specify who the program is for when purchasing).
Current clients are eligible for this sale as well…So go ahead and purchase another program for when your program runs out.
Pricing and payment details can be found HERE.
This is seriously the easiest shredded pork recipe I have ever made. When Fall comes around my crockpot / slow-cooker gets dusted off and is responsible for a lot of my meal prep.
I saw a recipe for Kalua Pork and Cabbage in the Taste of Home magazine I randomly started getting (I didn’t subscribe) and was really excited to try it because it looked so easy.
As usual I made some modifications to suit my taste. The original recipe called for salting the pork prior to putting it into the slow cooker. I did that and it was WAY too salty (I used about 1/2 of the recommended salt). Needless to say, this step is totally unnecessary and I will omit it all together next time since bacon is salty enough on its own.
The original recipe also called for pork shoulder / butt and all I had on hand was pork sirloin roasts from Costco (They come in a 4-pack; see image below from 2 Wired 2 Tired).
The pork turned out really well and is definitely something I will be making again.
2 Costco Pork Sirloin Roasts (6-8 pounds total)
1 package bacon
Line the bottom of the crockpot / slow cooker with 4-5 pieces of bacon.
Place the 2 pork sirloin (or shoulder/butt) roasts on top of the bacon and cover the roasts with the remaining bacon.
Turn the crockpot / slow cooker on to low for 8-10 hours.
Shred the pork with either 2 forks OR a handheld mixer (only takes 10 seconds…be careful not to overdo it with the mixer or it will become mush).