5 Reviews

DH rated this a 5, but I was a little hesitant to do that because of the texture of the meat. I used a pork tenderloin and maybe that was the mistake. It is very, very tasty and I'm willing to bet it would be good with chicken, too. I also added a handful of minced onion, and removed the lid for the last hour to thicken the sauce. I served this with just a tossed salad and it was plenty! Will definitely make again, and maybe try it with chicken or beef. We are in the middle of painting, so it was an ideal choice - put it on in the morning, and supper is ready when you are! Thank you for posting. PugMomma.

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Gwen35 October 05, 2008

Holy Smokes was this good! The entire family really enjoyed! I took the lid off of the crockpot the last hour or so to thicken up the sauce. I can't wait to make this for company!

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Classy Gal September 03, 2008

we just had this tonight. I followed Lvs2Cook and added a chopped onion before covering with bbq sauce. we cooked a little under 3 pounds for a little less than 6 hours and we both loved it with some cool sliced peaches on the side.

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lovelysoulthief July 27, 2008

This turned out to be really tasty and very easy. I did have to finish it off on the stove just to thicken up the sauce but was most likely something to do with the sauce that I used.

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Sarah_Jayne December 31, 2007

So simple but so good! I sliced up a large onion and threw it in along with the meat and covered with Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce. The meat shredded perfectly at dinnertime. Thanks for posting!

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Lvs2Cook January 17, 2006
Best Ever Bbq Pork Sandwiches