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You need a pork tenderloin. If you're quick and local, you can dash to Giant and get one on sale for $1.99/lb this weekend. You also need a jar of salsa verde. I couldn't find any in the Mexican aisle, but I found a jar of Guy Fiari salsa verde in the chips aisle. I highly recommend it.
Toss the pork and the salsa into the crock pot on high for 4 or 5 hours (or on low for 7 or 8 hours). If you plan on leaving the house during this time, prepare to come home to the BEST SMELLING HOUSE EVER when you return. Don't say I didn't warn you.
And, well, that's pretty much it. The meat is amazingly moist and tender when it's done. I served mine up Chipotle burrito bowl style. I cooked up some plain white rice, squeezed in some fresh lime juice (extra credit if you have any cilantro to add- I didn't), and opened and warmed a can of black beans. I dished it all up atop a handful of chopped lettuce and added plenty of fresh salsa, a glop of sour cream, lots of shredded cheese and some fresh avocado.
Oh em gee. Best meal ever.