Fall and football go together here in Wisconsin. That means special food on game day while we cheer on our beloved Green Bay Packers. I have been a Packers fan my entire life. Since game day is special I try to come up with special food for the big game day. Pulled pork is perfect for the cooler fall weather.
This dish is super easy to make and does not take many ingredients. It's generally inexpensive to make and feeds a crowd. Pork shoulder was on sale for .99 cents a pound making it really economical if feeding a crowd.
I served it without sauce, but you can add it to the slow cooker right at the end or just add it to your sandwhich. I served the pulled pork on fresh hard rolls.
The orange juice might seem like an odd choice. You really don't take the orange in the finished dish. It keeps the meat nice and moist while cooking,
This recipe makes quite a bit. I froze half to use another time.
5 lb boneless pork sholder or pork butt
1 tablespoon Chili powder
2 cups orange juice
1 tablespoon liquid smoke
Season the pork with the chili powder salt and pepper. Add the pork to the slow cooker. Add the orange juice. Put the cooker on low. Cook until the meat falls apart. This took 12 hours. Pour off the juices. Place them in the refrigerator. Once it cools skim off the fat. In the meantime shred the meat with too forks. Return the juices to the slow cooker and add the liquid smoke. Put on medium to warm up the meat. Serve with shredded coleslaw.
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Symptoms include; muscle wasting in the lower legs and feet leading to foot drop, poor balance and gait problems Atrophy in the hands causes difficulty with manual dexterity.
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Poor tolerance for cool or cold temperatures and many people have chronically cold hands and feet.
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