Since I didn't have to go to school today, I turned my attention to trying a new gluten-free recipe. This one was again from my favorite website---A Year of Slow Cooking. All of the recipes on this site are gluten-free and easy. I feel like some other books and sites that have gluten-free recipes call for many types of flours and ingredients, and are way too complicated for me to want to spend time with. A Year of Slow Cooking has been perfect due to its ease of preparation, its variety, and how the food comes out tasting. Tonight was no exception. I made Crockpot Cranberry Pork Roast. You can check out the link for the recipe.
After done. I added some little potatoes, and I'm also a rice lover.
The recipe offered the choice between cranberry sauce in a can or whole cranberries with added sugars. For ease, I chose the can. I also used real cranberry juice---lots of the cranberry 'juices' at the grocery store were 'cocktails' with added sugar. I used the real stuff. This turned out good and tender. My husband liked the cranberry flavor, and there is plenty left for lunch tomorrow. (My son is coming by to see us before Christmas, so we'll have some yummy pork for him!)
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