This BBQ peach pulled chicken is made in the slow cooker for a simple sweet and easy meal.
In my head I want to be the person that has a cute little garden and grows all her own produce from May-October, living off whatever is in season instead of buying whatever I want at the grocery store. Very Animal, Vegetable, Miracle -esque just a bit smaller scale.
In reality though, I have 1 pot of basil, 1 pot of rosemary, 1 pot of parsley and 4 huge planters with tomatoes in them on my small 10×15 deck and yesterday I about lost it when finding hornworm caterpillars (click on that so you can see the disgustingness of these things) all over the tomato plants.
The picture actually doesn’t do them justice because you can’t tell the scale but these suckers are as thick as my thumb and about 3-4 inches long. They grasp onto the plant for life and prying them off has to be one of the most disgusting things I’ve had to do in my life. So as I sat on the deck with a paper towel in my hand (yeah right was I going to touch those things with my bare hands) flinging them off into the grass and screaming like a little girl each time (I really hate wormy looking things) I realized that whole garden dream might not be my thing.
I’ll happily drive my ass to the grocery store, buy my NJ picked peaches that were likely treated with some sort of pesticide to prevent nasty worm like thingies (unlike my tomato plants), chop them up and throw them into the slow cooker with BBQ sauce and some chicken.
3 hours later, I’ve got dinner and no visions of hornworm caterpillars crawling all over me.