Confessions of Cereal Addict [Fierce Foodie]
Dear reader, tonight I am questioning whether I am truly the right person to be writing a food column because darn it, all I want for dinner is cereal. I love the initial crunchiness, the salty sweetness, and finally gulping down the survivors sopping with milk. Rather than dairy, I prefer a light vanilla soy to accompany my preferred cereals. And like a good girl, I always drink up the left over cereal milk, when I am not using it in my coffee.
Okay, so I’ve bared my lazy self. Now you know that if I say something is easy to make, it really, really is. This is a recipe for pulled pork from my friend Mary, and it is so easy it is criminal. It is amazing with coleslaw and cornbread. Please to enjoy!
Mary’s Easiest Pulled Pork Ever
2-3 lbs of boneless pork ribs
1 bottle of barbecue sauce, your choice (we like Sweet Baby Ray’s)
1 large onion or 2 medium, chopped
Take pork and put in hot oiled grill pan or on a hot grill. Brush with barbecue sauce and cook until seared on outside, 5-7 minutes per side. Next, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Take pork and put in a foil lined pan, cover with raw onion and rest of the bottle of barbecue sauce. Cover with foil and cook for 2 hours. Remove and pull apart with fork. Too good to be so easy!
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