Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches

 I’d be lying if I said I was a football fan but I am certainly a lover of everything that comes with football.  I have been eagerly awaiting the fall weather and excited to get my slow cooker out and try something new.  Last year a friend introduced me to the Canadian Living Slow Cooker Collection book and I have LOVED every recipe I’ve tried including the pulled pork sandwiches we all (including our kiddos) devoured tonight.

It is amazing that we can find recipes all over the internet for everything we could ever dream of but there is something so magical about having the actual book in your hands and being able to flip through it over and over.  I also love the feeling of reading from an actual book rather than on a computer.  You can find the book at www.chapters.indigo.ca  or check out the link below

http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/books/Canadian-Living-Slow-Cooker-Collection-Elizabeth-Baird-Canadian-Living/9780980992458-item.html?ikwid=canadian+living&ikwsec=Books

Below is the recipe for Slow Cooker Pulled Pork.  I served them on Fresh crusty buns with roasted potatoes and creamy coleslaw.  (Thanks Amy.)

http://www.canadianliving.com/food/slow_cooker_pulled_pork.php

No need to change a thing!!!  Simply yum…

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