This recipe comes from my great-grandmother. She came over from Yugoslavia when she was 15 yrs old and landed at Ellis Island. During the depression my family was lucky enough to have owned a butcher shop. However, even though she owned this, she gave her customers the better qualities of meat and fed her family everything else. This recipe is hearty and filling and goes a long way and costs very little. You can also substitute hotdogs for the keilbasa.
Slow Cooker Kalua Pork--My comments--Made this with pork shoulder spare ribs. Made two layers of ribs, salt and liquid smoke and cooked for 11 hours on low. I was surprised at how GOOD this pork turned out....salty, smoky flavor with melt-in-your-mouth tenderness. So far, I've used it in bbq pulled-pork sandwiches and pork fried rice.