Pumpkin Pulled Pork and Catching Up on Fall

I love fall. From the the crisp smoky aroma of wood stoves to the brilliant foliage filled trees, cascading over country dirt roads, forming a tunnel of bright yellow.

Fall always catches me off guard. Which is bizarre because I live in the state that invented Fall, Vermont. I have just put my pumpkin decorations in our living room built-in and have subsequently decided that I must share my favorite fall recipe, and tips for enjoying the season.

Here’s a few ways I absorb the glorious months of September through November. I’ve designed a sharable bingo board so you can keep these ideas in your camera roll and share with friends and followers. Be sure to cross off the activities you’ve completed this year.

Right click and “save” to share on social media!

Now that you have 25 ideas to safely enjoy Fall, let’s eat!

Years ago I made pumpkin pulled pork for an office spirit week. If you know me you know I love office spirit weeks. I take them very seriously and it’s one of the few times I will cook from a recipe found on a blog post that takes 17 minutes of scrolling to see the ingredients.

Here’s my pumpkin pulled pork recipe. I hope you will make it for friends and family this season. It sounds gross but it’s divine. Pair it with soft rolls and coleslaw for a hearty Fall meal.

Ingredients

5bs Pork Roast

1 Can Pumpkin Puree

1/4 Cup Worcestershire Sauce

1/2 Cup Brown Sugar

3 TBSP Apple Cider Vinegar

1 TBSP Black Pepper

1/4 Cup Maple Syrup

1 TBSP Pumpkin Pie Spice

1 TBSP Onion Powder

Directions

Throw it all into a crockpot on low for 10 hours or until at the desired consistency. I have cooked it for 12-15 hours with great results!

I hope you enjoy the remainder of the season. Remember, it doesn’t have to be Christmas until you say so, or December 25th.