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Old 03-23-2006, 11:45 AM   #11
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Rub it with Southwest Seasoning, and put it in the crockpot with a beer. Let it slow cook until it's falling apart. Shred with a fork and return to crockpot and juices, and add BBQ sauce of your choice. I like Maull's for this. Makes great BBQ sandwiches.
Or put in the crockpot with a pkg of onion soup mix and a can of crm of mushroom. It will make it's own gravy and is great with mashed potatoes. I like to add some caramelized onions and mushrooms to the gravy.

There are lots of big hog farms in Illinois, and sometimes we can get whole boneless pork loin for as little as $1.48 a lb.
We divide the loins into a roast, some really thick chops for stuffing, some thinner chops that we pound into pork cutlets which we bread and fry, and some really thin pieces or chunks for pork stir-fry.
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