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Slow Cooker Chinese Pulled Pork Recipe

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I love Pulled Pork as it's a versatile food stuff that you can cook and get plenty of meals out of, whether you're going to eat some now and take some to work the next day or freeze it for a rainy day.

I also love Chinese food, but I'd never thought about Chinese Pulled Pork until Craig from the Artichoke invited me to his house for lunch one day a little over a year ago, and fell in love with the Chinese Pulled Pork he cooked so I had to steal the recipe from him and make it myself.

Since then, I've probably made it about 5 times and each time people tell me how delicious it is and how the want the recipe but y'all know me, I'm slack at getting on my blog sometimes but here it is... my recipe for Chinese Pulled Pork:

Ingredients (some amounts may not be exact as that's how I roll):


1kg Pork Shoulder (rind trimmed off)
1 jar of Lee Kum Hoisin Sauce (from an Asian supermarket as I'm convinced it's better than the same brand you get in the supermarket)

The Best Things to Do in Gdansk, Poland

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Sitting on the Baltic Sea, the tri-city area of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia is not somewhere I’d ever thought of going until we had some time booked off work, searched “everywhere” on Skyscanner and found £20 return flights, but we’re glad we did.
How to get there:
We got direct flights from Stansted using Ryanair who operate 2 flights there, and 2 flights back every day but it is serviced by other airports in the UK.
Once you’re there, it’s only a half hour bus journey into the city centre although if you have loads of luggage with you, Uber is cheap enough.
Where to stay:
We stayed in a Novotel very close to the centre because we’re a big fan of the cheap convenience of Accor hotels, which cost us about £120 for four nights. Unlike many cities, I would recommend stay right in the centre as public transport is tricky due to it not being on google maps.
When to go:
If you like cold weather, winter is the time for you! We’ve heard that the Christmas market is nice, although we can’t vouch fo…