For the leftovers – I remove the shredded meat from the gravy and store it in the fridge. Dinner #2 will be pulled pork sandwiches!!! Just add your favorite barbecue sauce to the meat and heat it in the microwave. Cooking the meat as we did for the first dinner will leave you with VERY moist and tender pork for the sandwiches. The flavors of the 2 meals are very different, and there shouldn’t be any complaints about eating “leftovers”.
Helpful tip – depending on how large the cut of pork is that you are using, you may want to add an additional can of beef broth, and increase the rest of the ingredients a bit. To make sure the meat cooks up moist and juicy, you want to make sure most of it stays covered in the sauce during the cooking. This is why I use ribs more often that a larger roast, because it’s easier to spread them out on the bottom and keep them covered in the sauce.
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