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Graduation season was upon us once again. We had already watched three of our kids go off to college. This year, it was our baby. She was probably the most successful in her high school career. I think she actually took the advice and ideas that her older siblings had given her when they graduated. She graduated with honors and we couldn’t have been more proud of her. Each of our other kids had a nice catered graduation party, because basically I didn’t feel like doing all of that cooking. This was the last one though, and I promised myself I was going to do it and embrace it. No more babies!
I didn’t want to make something that was too difficult to either prepare or serve. That was only going to take time away from my daughter and the rest of the guests. When I found this slow cooker pulled pork on Relative Taste I asked the graduate if it would be okay with her. She, being the sweetheart that she is, said it was perfect.
There were about three crock pots full of this because I wasn’t sure what we were going to go through. People don’t really RSVP for graduation parties, they just show up. Let’s just say I’m glad that I went with three instead of two!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Relative Taste.
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