Can I tell you how much I LOVE my crock pot?! It is the best way to cook ever. Except I have a hard time finding recipes for it. They all seem to include cheese, sour cream or cream of chicken soup for some reason, I hate all of those. But I still use my slow cooker alot because I can make roast or stew or chili, and one of my favorite recipes, BBQ Pork sandwiches. These things are so delicious. I found the recipe on a food website that I browse through often, and I tweaked it a little bit.
Here is what you need to make it.
1 -18 oz bottle Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce
(Full recipe at bottom of post)
So I usually start my roast at around 9 am, Then around one or so I flip the roast over. I then let it cook until around four or so. At four I take the roast out and shred it, I shred the onions with it too, but if you don't want them in there you can take most of them out. The pork should be like so tender that it just falls apart and shred easily. Drain the liquid in the crock pot, then place the shredded pork back in the crock pot and then pour 1 bottle of the BBQ sauce all over it and stir. Cover and cook on low for about 1 1/2 to 2 more hours (I usually take it out at like six if you started at nine).
Original Recipe from http://www.food.com/ (love this website)
2 onions (I use one)
1 c. ginger ale (I use around 2 c. myself)