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Old Fashioned Pork Roast with Vegetables
It’s Comfort Food Time. Our Favorite Time of Year. Fall brings cooler weather which means cooler temperatures. Fall brings hearty, traditional and satisfying meals like soups, stews and crock-pot meals. Pot Roast’s are slowed cooked in the oven. Roasted chicken and turkey are back on the menu. Pumpkin, pears, apples and cranberries are turned into delicious desserts. Slow Cookers are brought to the front of the cupboard again for easy access.
Old Fashioned Pork Roast with Vegetables is one such recipe. This recipe has been made so many times in my house I couldn’t even begin to count them. When I was young, my grandma made pork roast often and we loved going there for dinner. My grandma made the best pork roast gravy. Flavorful, thick and deep chocolate brown. My only regret is my grandma never showed me her secret to making her gravy.
Quick Breads are made with zucchini and cranberries. Potato salad, grilled hamburgers & hot dogs are replaced with old fashioned pork roasts with vegetables, that are cooked in the oven all day with until fork tender. Beef stew is back on the menu too. Festivals abound, from apple festivals to cranberry festivals to pumpkin festivals, this is the the time of year to get outside and enjoy the bounties that nature has to offer.
Old Fashioned Pork Roast with Vegetables is made in the oven. Place pork roast in a fairly large, deep roasting pan. The deeper the pan, the more vegetables you can add. Slice an onion, yellow or purple, and lay on top of pork roast. Top with drained sauerkraut and season with salt and pepper. Peel carrots and potatoes, place around the pork roast. Next add any of your favorite farm fresh vegetables, sweet corn, acorn squash, cabbage, Brussels sprouts. The sky’s the limit!! Pour in the apple cider, bake and enjoy.