It’s kinda sad, but I feel so accomplished when I use the slow cooker and am not scrambling to figure out dinner at 5 o’clock when everyone is hungry and needs to be somewhere. Tonight we’re going with pulled pork (couldn’t get any easier) which I will turn into sliders or tacos depending on what everyone wants.
I’m blending a Betty Crocker recipe I found online with a different recipe I found on 100 Days of Real Food. Here is the spice rub I put on the pork shoulder. It was pretty simple: paprika, salt, pepper, garlic powder and thyme.
It looks like this when you rub it into the meat.
It sits on top of cut onion and I’m going to add a half-cup of water, set the cooker on high and let it go. Fingers crossed!
Here in Canada, today is Thanksgiving and because of the holiday, we get a long weekend!
Here are just a few photos showing how we spent our Thanksgiving weekend:
A simple dinner of baked ham and roasted veggies. Sometimes the simplest meals taste the best.
My new collection of pumpkins. I have been seeing the white pumpkins all over Pinterest and I am so glad I have some for myself!
We spent this morning at Kits Beach. It was such a beautiful day! The sun was shining and the leaves are all turning a gorgeous shade of yellow and orange.
This was our view for much of the morning. We are so lucky to live near the beach. The kids and dog actually went in the water! A little chilly for me, but they didn’t seem to mind one bit.
Back to routine tomorrow.
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving weekend, too!