The best part of Sunday dinner to me is slow-cooked food. I think that slow-cooked food tastes better. It is also magical. It takes an ugly piece of meat and turns it into something deliciously amazing. Even though I can indulge in complex, multi-part cooking rituals on Sundays, I often give in to the ease of the slow cooker. I actually use it more on Sundays than I do during the week. I like to dump all of the ingredients in and watch and smell during the day as the magic happens like it did with this pork roast. I took a 3 pound boneless pork roast and rubbed it with sea salt, dry mustard and chili powder.
Then I browned it in butter.
I placed one chopped red onion and half a bottle of Gold Buckle Brisket Sauce diluted with water in the bottom of the crock pot
and plopped the roast in after it was browned.
Next, I simply covered the roast with a bottle of BBQ sauce. I used Famous Dave's.
I covered and cooked on high for six hours and this is what it turned into...
Served with pureed cauliflower and pan juices, it was a crowd pleaser.