But, in case you want to know, we had a wonderful time in Montana this last week. If you want to know more about our trip, read here. It was absolutely beautiful while we were there and the weather couldn’t have been better either. It was great! The natural beauty of Montana, with its mountains, lakes, streams, rivers, trees and flowers is absolutely astounding. Nate was a little disappointed that Missoula had casinos, but was happily greeted by the beautiful towns next to Flathead Lake (On our way to Glacier) and decided we could buy a summer home there. Oh the life.
Top Row: Flowers on the side of the river. A tree growing in the reservoir. Missoula Farmers Marker
Second Row: Mountain Goats that slowed our drive down about an hour. Stacking rocks waiting for good fishing. The Bitterroot River
Third Row: Butterfly on our hike. My first fish, fly fishing. The essence of Montana
Last Row: One of the fish Nate caught. Glacier National Park. A deer blocking our hiking path.
Anyway, this pork was really delicious, mine didn’t turn out quite as beautiful as it did here (where I got the recipe from) but don’t let the slightly unbeautiful picture fool you, this was pretty tasty. And once I get around to repeating recipes this will definitely be on the list.
2 lbs boneless pork loin
2. Rub seasonings over roast.
3. Put roast and water in crock pot.
4. Cook roast on low for 6 to 8 hours.
5. Meanwhile, combine ingredients for glaze in a small sauce pan.
6. Heat over medium until mixture thickens, stirring occasionally.
7. About one hour before roast is done brush roast with glaze.
8. Brush roast another 2 times in the last hour.
9. Serve with remaining sauce on the side. **
**I dipped my meat into the sauce as I ate it, Nate just drizzled some on before and didn’t need to add more while eating it. Also, he ate it in a pita, but I think it would taste really good over rice.