Start by salt and peppering your roast. Lay it in the bottom of your Crockpot. (I didn't get a picture of that because, really, who wants to see a piece of raw meat laying in the bottom of a Crockpot.)
Pour a bottle of Italian dressing over the top. I have used every brand of Italian dressing, so any kind will work. Next add in about 12 pepperoncini. Pour in a tablespoon or so of the juice. Be careful - the more juice you add, the spicier the beef/pork becomes. I usually add about a tablespoon and the meat turns out mildly spicy.
Next turn your Crockpot on high for 6-8 hours or low for 8-10 hours. Walk away and do something fun!
When you come back, lift the lid and you should have something like this. Wish you could smell the goodness! Your house will be filled with an aroma that will get everyone to the dinner table on time.
If you plan on using the meat to make sandwiches, shred the meat after it has cooked the appropriate amount of time. This is easy to do because it's so tender it just falls apart. I usually let it sit in the juice while I get the rest of the meal on the table. My side dish is typically potato salad.
The meat is so scrumptious, tender and moist! We love it. Hope you do too!
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