Once upon a time there was a Georgia Boy. Like most good Southern boys, he was raised to love three things: His church, his mama, and his bbq.
That Boy grew up, and got his first job. At a bbq restaurant.
And then he moved north to attend school.
Where he met a Pennsylvania Girl.
After a couple years, they got married and settled into a life in Northern Virginia.
But the boy was sad. Because, you see, it is common knowledge that Northern Virginia just does not have a "true" bbq joint.
Until one day, his loving and devoted wife stumbled upon a recipe. The easiest, most hands-free bbq recipe EVER.
And the Boy loved it. He loved it so much that he requested it over and over again. When the Boy's parents came to visit, they loved it, too.
So now, that Pennsylvania Girl (me!) is sharing that recipe with you.
3 pounds (approx.) Pork Roast 1 package dry onion soup mix 1 cup water barbecue sauce sliced American cheese
Trim as much fat off the the pork roast as possible. Place in the crockpot. Mix package of soup mix with cup of water and pour over roast. Leave in crockpot for 10 hours on low. Take most of the juices out of crockpot leaving about 1/2 cup.
Shred pork roast and pour Barbecue sauce over, stir and let it warm up about 10 minutes. Serve on Hamburger Buns or Steak Rolls with cheese slices.
Um, that's it. It's ridiculous how easy this is. But I've served it over and over and it's always a crowd pleaser. It even looks yummy. See?