If you love pork and you love cinnamon apples, boy, do I have a dish for you! This one is so easy to throw together, you only need to give yourself ten minutes in the morning to have dinner ready by the time you’re home from work. How nice is that?
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- Combine the garlic, honey, ginger, cinnamon, salt, pepper, and ginger and then rub the pork with them.
- Lay the onion in the bottom of a slow cooker, then add the pork, apple juice, apples, and bay leaf.
- Cook for 6 hours on low, then serve hot.