Just Tina

I was born in a log cabin in the year of the Water Rabbit, 19 something-something and grew up learning to do all things with passion. That being said, I've worn all sorts of hats in my lifetime (my favorite being of the leather mask variety), but right now I'm the Queen of All to 3 and I do something in the medical field. I used to be a caterer, taekwondo instructor, and SAHM. My favorite things include swinging kettlebells, telling people how to be healthy, ignoring my own advice on how to be healthy, running, laughing, swinging, laughing, sarcasm, running, and eating. This is my blog, and like me, hopefully won't offend you.

Whole 30 Day 26: Slow Cooker Cheater Pork Stew

nomnompaleo:

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It’s Day 26, and I bet you’re as sick of cooking as I am. I understand how you feel; I’ve been cooking — AND BLOGGING! — every night for over three weeks, and quite frankly, I’m ready to keel over. Sadly, kvetching ain’t gonna put food in our bellies. But who says we can’t throw together a dead-simple meal and spend the rest of the day sprawled out on the couch? (Err…I mean, sprawled out on the grass like Mark Sisson. Outside. Synthesizing vitamin D. Barefoot. In the freezing cold.)

Let’s make Slow Cooker Cheater Pork Stew!

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The secret to this easy meal is to just dump a bunch of umami-laden ingredients into your slow cooker, including marinara sauce out of a jar. Sandra Lee calls this “semi-homemade” cooking in an attempt to make it sound respectable, but let’s call a spade a spade: This is a cheater’s recipe. But who cares? It’s Whole30-compliant, requires minimal prep time, and explodes with flavor.

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Right up my alley. Love Rao’s Marinara! A couple of jars of Rao’s Marinara are a staple in my Italian pantry.

  1. dleedouglas reblogged this from nomnompaleo and added:
    Need to make this…
  2. audrey-kaashaashxaaw reblogged this from nomnompaleo and added:
    lunch tomorrow. Thank you Nom Nom Paleo!
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  5. justina50 reblogged this from nomnompaleo and added:
    Right up my alley. Love Rao’s Marinara! A couple of jars of Rao’s Marinara are a staple in my Italian pantry.
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