It must be from living in Texas, or because Emma was born there it's just in her genes, but we love us some pulled pork. I was hunting round for a crock pot recipe the other day, but the best sounding ones called for slow roasting in the oven, so I gave it a shot.  I am not a fan of recipes with 100 ingredients - I want quick, easy and done.  So what follows is simplified version of several recipes I found.  By the way, put some of this over Cheesy Shells and dribble BBQ sauce over it = HEAVEN (and just like the Pork Mac Noodles & Co used to have.)

Elisabeth's Slow Roasted Pulled Pork

1 pork loin (as big as you like - leftovers freeze well)
1-2 onions, sliced
Brown Sugar
Seasoned Salt (like Lawry's)
Roasted Garlic and Bell Pepper Seasoning (or anything else that strikes your fancy)

Coat a roasting pan that will fit the size of your chosen pork loin with cooking spray.  Arrange onion slices in bottom of pan and place pork loin on top.  Sprinkle and rub in a generous amount of brown sugar, and sprinkle with the seasoned salt and other seasonings.  Cover with foil and put into 300 degree oven for approximately 6 hours.  Thickest part of loin should have an internal temperature of 170 degrees.  The pork meat should pull apart easily and all be deeee-lish :-)

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