Puerco Pibil in the crockpot is a great thing

Tasty stuff.

It took about 7 hours on low, but the pork came out so tender. I was in a cooking mood so it was an epic event combined with Charro beans, rice, and a nice Mandarin Orange cake for dessert.

Delicious. And the best part is, the oven didn’t have to be used for the Puerco Pibil. The house stayed cool, and cleanup was a breeze.

Cooking is one of my ways of decompressing after a hard work week these days. The other is working up a sweat at the dojo. Good times.

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