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  1. I added brown sugar. Still gluten-free, but sweeter…was a big hit with the family! Thanks for the simple & easy winner! 🙂

  2. I sear the pork before putting it in the crock pot gives a better flavor, I don’t use quite that much water as the pork we get here has a lot of juice in it, if I have time I pop just the cooked pork roast into a 500 degree oven for 5 mins to crisp it up and render any fat left

  3. Tried this tonight for the Super Bowl and my family loved it!!!! I am just hoping there are some leftovers for work tomorrow!

  4. I’m so glad you posted this on Facebook! I’ve been looking for a good brand of gf bread, buns, etc. I can’t wait to try these and this delicious recipe! Thanks so much for all these amazing ideas/recipes!! They have saved me multiple times!

  5. So being a vegetarian, this isn’t something I’d eat HOWEVER, I found myself reading and drooling as I scrolled down! 🙂 I used to eat meat and this would have been right up my alley! What a fantastic recipe, I know my readers will love it!! Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! 🙂

    Can’t wait to see what you link up this week! The party link up is open!

    Cindy

  6. How many people does your 3 lb roast feed. I think this would be a good idea to serve for Father’s Day. I would have to feed 12 people.

    • Vicki, This would feed 12 people. Usually with things like this, you would plan on about 1/4lb of meat per person, so a 3 pound roast would serve 12, providing you have plenty of sides. You could definitely go for a 4lb. roast to be sure to have plenty too. No need to adjust the recipe ingredients, I’m sure everyone will enjoy it! It is a great choice for Father’s Day!

  7. thank you for the extra work in finding a gluten free BBQ sauce!!!
    Our family recently went gluten free and we are finding that many of our regular meals we just can’t eat anymore. This recipe however is a keeper!

  8. I am liking a lot of your recipes, although I try using less sugar. Unfortunately, msg has about 30 different names. Yeast extract, natural flavors, textured protein are just a couple. Unfortunately also, our country seems more interested in a dollar than our health. All that to say that I used to get that same beef bouillon until I found out it does have it under a different name. Hope this helps…

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