Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

Updated On: Oct 31, 2023

Ok, I think I might cry.  No really.  This is my last *mandatory post for the Emeril One-Pot Blogger Party.  Seriously, these last 3 week FLEW by!  Here’s a recap of 3 weeks:

  • I’ve ate outrageously delicious food
  • I have given away prizes to 2 lucky winners – Theresa & Katie!  Woot!
  • I have opened my eyes to new ingredients – namely Duck and Oxtail
  • I had THE Chef Emeril Lagasse comment on my Facebook wall and Tweet with me.  *swoon
  • I had a 2 page write up in the Spokesman Review + an extra recipe added for a story about canning – pinch me!
  • I did a 2 minute 28 second interview on KXLY Newsradio, which I don’t think I took a breath through the entire 2+ minutes
  • I’ve had people in my community say “Hey, you’re that food blogger that was in the paper”.  People who probably didn’t know what a food blogger was – but do now!
  • You all have been awesome – leaving positive comments and entering the contests.  You make me want to strive to give you better and better content.
But the best part of it all……
  • I have made some fantastic new blogging friends!

For 3 weeks, all 20 of us were close-knit and commented, encouraged, retweeted, shared and so on.  I feel very privileged to have been chosen by The Secret Ingredient to participate in this blogging party.  I seriously wish it could go on forever!

Emeril Lagasse’s Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork – Ready to start slow cookin!
So thank you!  Thank you to Emeril Lagasse for taking time out of his busy week of new cookbooks and new cooking shows to interact with us.  Thank you to Kim at Morrow Cookbooks for being helpful and kind.  Thank you to all 19 other bloggers for being just AWESOME!  
Spices for Emeril’s Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

I know I just thanked everyone under the sun as though I’m going to do a Thelma & Louise off a cliff or something.  So not true.  Way more deliciousness is still in store.  Today I’ll be making Emeril’s Caribbean Spiced Oxtail.  It’s going to rock and I can not wait to taste the first bite!  So stay tuned!

Love to you all!!

Recipe By:

Heather is a recipe developer and content creator living in Vancouver, Washington. She started Farmgirl Gourmet in 2006, almost 20 years ago, as a way to share recipes with friends and family. Heather is also the co-founder of Spiceology , a unique spice company, which she started in 2013. She shares family friendly recipes for easy everyday meals with a gourmet twist.


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  2. xlpharmacy says:

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    Oh, oxtails are divine!

  4. Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. says:

    wow this looks great

  5. So glad you enjoyed your time doing the Emeril one pot thing! This pulled pork just might be the best of the lot!

  6. So glad you enjoyed your time doing the Emeril one pot thing! This pulled pork just might be the best of the lot!

  7. I have never made pulled pork, but realize how much I should!

  8. The pulled pork was one of my favorites! Seeing yours makes me want to grab a big piece of pork and stick it in my slow cooker this morning 🙂 This was fun, let’s keep in touch!

  9. Rachel @ Not Rachael Ray says:

    Amen sister! Haha, loved this post. It has been so fun and I’m sure we will all keep in touch.

  10. Donna Currie says:

    It’s been fun. Hard to believe three weeks is already (almost) over!

  11. diabeticFoodie says:

    Love this pulled pork recipe and love you!! Don’t be a stranger 🙂

  12. susanb145 says:

    Really like your blog, and getting to know everyone! Keep in touch, and of course your post looks amazingly delicious!

  13. Miss @ Miss in the Kitchen says:

    It has been a blast Heather! You have done such a great job on all of the recipes with your writing and photos. Love it!

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