Love it! Be sure to use a fatty cut of meat. If it's lean, it just does not taste the same and is then nothing special. With a fatty cut, it's extraordinary! Here in Oregon, a common cut you find is called a pork picnic roast. It works perfectly. It has skin, bones, and plenty of fat. Also, add a generous cup of pineapple juice. The flavor it gives is awesome and there will be enough liquid that you don't even need to turn the meat during cooking at all. I dissolve the salt and liquid smoke in the pineapple juice then add the meat with the thickest fat layers placed against the sides of the crock pot. Turn it on low and come back 16 hours later for a spectacular meal. Tastes great served with tangy coleslaw and baked mashed yams!
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Love it! Be sure to use a fatty cut of meat. If it's lean, it just does not taste the same and...