Pork butt is one of the cheapest cuts of pork you can get, and like chuck roast or eye of round, it shines in a slow cooker. This recipe is packed with savory spice, but you can just as easily stick to a rub of salt and pepper if you prefer. The pork will fall apart of its own accord before it’s done cooking and will yield a lot of broth that will keep it juicy.
About Christina Feindel
I’m a personal chef, writer, and graphic designer who, after more than a decade of declining health, was diagnosed with four autoimmune diseases in my early twenties. Now I believe that healthy food should be simple, satisfying, and budget-friendly, and that any illness can be improved–or even eliminated–by starting with a clean plate!