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My nephew graduated from high school last spring. It was an exciting, yet terrifying day for me. I was proud of my sister’s oldest son, but that meant that my boy was going to be graduating the following year, as he was only one birthday behind him. We all went and had a spectacular time celebrating the event. It was nice to catch up with everyone and to talk to my first nephew about what his plans were for the future. He decided that he was going to join the military and do a few years there before going to college. That sounded like a fine plan to me. He was sure of himself, so I was standing behind him.
When it came time to eat, I saw that my sister and few of her husband’s sisters had prepared the entire meal themselves. That was impressive. I didn’t even bring a dish to pass, but she never said anything so I didn’t feel too bad about it. The main entree was a BBQ pork sandwich.
The meat looked a lot like this recipe from Just A Pinch. I asked my sis about where she got it from, and she said that it was her husband’s mom’s recipe from many years ago. It was fantastic! The meat was so juicy and tender, I went back for a second helping!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Just A Pinch.
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Quick Tip: You can also serve this over mashed potatoes if you prefer.