The Final Celebrity Home Chef and Her Recipe For Super Bowl Sunday!

Hi everyone! Well, here we are at the end of January and I do hope you have enjoyed our January series of Celebrity Home Chefs. I hope you have gained some inspiration to be a celebrity home chef in your own kitchens.

In addition to the delectable recipe you will receive from our final chef below, I also want to give you the gift of the Katy Perry video below which deals with overcoming your fears and anxieties. If gay teens can come out of the closet, if children with cancer can move forward in their lives, and self conscious overweight girls can jump in a pool, you can accomplish your dreams too!

Now, I would like to introduce you to Pam Cytron, the Founder and CEO of Pendo Systems, Inc. (an emerging financial technology company) and a mother of two. She chose one of her favorites for Game Day in light of the big game this coming Sunday. She makes it for most games and hopes you enjoy it!

Pam’s Pulled Pork with Pickled Cabbage:

3/4 Cup of Ketchup
2 Tablespoons of Brown Sugar
Chopped Garlic (4 cloves – or I use 5 tablespoons jar of chopped garlic)
1 Tablespoon Dried Sage
1 Tablespoon”ish” – Dried Oregano
Coarse Salt & Pepper
5-6 pounds of boneless Pork Shoulder w/fat (you can use with the bone too – but easier without)

Combine first 5 ingredients
Salt & Pepper Pork Roast
Place Pork Roast in Crock Pot – Pour Sauce Over top and sprinkle with a little extra sage and oregano. Cook in slow cooker for desired time (slow/fast) – the slower the better

Separately shred 2 cups of red cabbage toss with kosher (course) salt and then sprinkle with apple cider vinegar (toss). Let stand a room temperature for 4 hours

Prior to serving – using two serving forks shred the pork in the pot, remove any big pieces of fat – stir and let sit for about 15 minutes.

Serve with mini “crusty” rolls topped with pickled cabbage

If you want a great game day side – Make Lime Jello Mouse (or the color of your favorite team) – 2 Packages of Lime Jello, 1 & 1/2 cups boiling water and one tub of cool whip. Dissolve gelatin with boiling water, stir in cool whip and chill!



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