Pressure Cooked Pork

Have I mentioned lately how much I adore my Versonel Pressure Cooker & Air Fryer? 🙂


This post is about the pressure cooker. The effortless, amazing, perfect Versonel Pressure Cooker, which you can buy HERE.  It almost never leaves my itty bitty counter top, except when I need to pull out my air fryer.


So I bought this beautiful piece of pork the other day. Pink, fatty, perfect and locally raised, cruelty free and organic. Also, as a lovely coincidence, my mom had just made brunch for us the other day so I was able to get my hands on some bacon grease to cook the pork. Seriously – don’t judge until you have tried it! Adding just a dab of bacon grease to ANY THING makes it taste better!

So I turned my pressure cooker on HOT, threw in the bacon grease to melt it…


Threw in the pork roast with a bit of salt and pepper…



And cooked it for 40 minutes on the meat setting. It came out perfect. Moist, delicious…but kind of boring! Yes – Boring!! I had this big pork roast, which I was the only one in my family who would eat it, and I didn’t want it. Ugh, now what was I going to do? I didn’t want to waste it…


But my pressure cooker is also a slow cooker….


*Que some Marvin Gaye slow and sensual music*


I could slow cook my roast in some BBQ sauce and bourbon until it crazy tender and falls apart for tasty…. saucy… melt in your mouth pulled pork…


So that’s what I did.  I threw that roast back in my pressure cooker turned crock pot with 1/2 a bottle of BBQ sauce and a generous shot or three of bourbon, set it to slow cook for 6 hours and…



Ohhhhh yeeeeahhhhhhhh



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