Time to break out the Ninja Cooking System again for my new pulled pork slider easy recipe! This recipe can be cooked in the slow cooker while you attend your child’s sporting event. When you get home just remove and fork the pork, throw together coleslaw, and Cuban Black Beans and its dinner time.
Serves 6 with lots of leftovers.
4 lbs boneless pork shoulder
1 large onion sliced into thin rounds
1 C chicken stock (canned)
1 C coke
3/4 C BBQ sauce
2 cloves garlic – minced
1 Tbsp chipotle sauce
1 tsp chili pwder
1/2 tsp liquid smoke
1/2 tsp dried cumin
1/2 tsp salt
12 Slider buns
1 ten oz package of pre-shreded cabbage
1 carrot cleaned and sliced into small thin juliennes
3 green onions – sliced
Salt and pepper to taste
Combine and mix coleslaw mixture and then add 1/8 cup Italian dressing.
Mix and refrigerate.
For Cuban Beans:
Make a real hard bean recipe or buy a can of Cuban Black Beans.
Pulled Pork Preparation:
In your Ninja Cooking system (or in fry pan) add 1 Tbsp olive oil and saute onions.
Add pork to Ninja (or add pork and onions to slow cooker)
In mixing bowl add all other ingredients and stir to mix.
Add contents of mixing bowl to pork and onions pouring it over the pork. Lift the pork up to get mixture underneath.
Turn Ninja onto to slow cooker – low heat and figure out something to do for the next 7 hours.
When you plate the dish, place heaping amount of pork on each slider and top with a little coleslaw. Add coleslaw and beans to plate, and you;re ready for a great family meal!
Finally the TV in our bedroom died. I’d been waiting for years for that day. You see, She Who Must Be Obeyed and I are too frugal (cheap?) to buy a new TV when the one we have works. But it finally blinked out for the last time. Sweeeeeeet!
So, I began to scheme how I would pitch my need for a huge flat screen – maybe 45 to 52 inches. I figured if it was big enough I could watch TV and at the same time get a tan from the radiation.
We began to think about how we would configure the room and it rapidly became more complex than I had imagined. We could hang it on the wall and move everything to the side, buy a new dresser to place it on, or reconfigure the other stuff, or who knows. The dread of moving and buying stuff began to overwhelm me. Until it occurred to me that HD was the key not necessarily size.
I did a little research and discovered that 32″ TV is less wide than the old 27″ TV. The new TV would fit in the same spot easy, and I could call it a day. Who knew, a 32″ flat screen is less wide than a 27″ old style TV. I know, it makes no sense – I imagine it could have something to do with inflation. Anyway, since everyone else is buying monster flat screens it turns out you can buy a 32″flat screen HD smart TV for less than it cost me to buy my first 18″ color TV out of college.
So now Roger very happy. I have a new TV that is super clear, and since it isn’t any bigger than the old one I didn’t have to move a bunch of stuff in the room. On the downside though, 32″ is not large enough to give me a good tan, so I occasionally have to go outside.
Good Eating and Table Talk,
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