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    Autumn Pork Roast
SUBMITTED BY:  Marianne PHOTO BY: Marianne
Category: Pork/Sausage

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INGREDIENTS
3 to 4 lb. pork roast
Salt & pepper
1 c. cranberries, finely chopped
1/4 c. honey
1 tsp. grated orange peel
1/8 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground nutmeg

DIRECTIONS
Sprinkle roast with salt and pepper. Place in slow cooking crockpot. Combine remaining ingredients. Pour over roast. Cover. Cook on low for 8 to 10 hours. or on High for 4-5 . Makes 6 to 8 servings.


REVIEWS
  Reviewed by Ellen
This was tasty, and virtually no work was involved. I like the fact that it's not necessary to brown the pork. It would have been nice if the recipe had specified what cut of "pork roast" to use, as there are many. I went with Boston Butt, sliced into rib-sized pieces, as that was on sale at my market. It worked out well and wasn't dry (as loin would have been.) I added about a half-cup of dry white wine to the slow cooker, so I wound up with a small amount of sauce at the end. I poured it into my fat separator and then put the good stuff into a small pot on the stove. I brought it to a boil and thickened it with a bit of corn starch mixed in water. I used frozen cranberries so I couldn't chop them up; it didn't matter, as they were great whole. The kitchen smelled really fabulous when DH and I got home after a long day. I served this with some broccoli and brown rice, the latter being the Uncle Ben's pouch stuff that is ready in less than two minutes. The pour was a Mondavi Riesling. Hubby said that this was definitely a meal I should make again.
  Reviewed by kjd
This was great. My husband kept going back for more. The cranberries and orange peel make all the difference. Will definitely make over and over.
  Reviewed by Geistzwei
In order to deal with any dryness I added 1 cup of dry white wine. it worked nicely. I also took the opportunity to cook some small red potatoes with the roast, when near done we fried them up with onions and fresh chopped garlic. The combination was also wonderful!
  Reviewed by Renee
Tastes fruity, but comes out dry. Need to add moisture.

 
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