Slow Cooker Pork Chile Verde
You can use pretty much any cut of pork roast. I prefer a boneless roast to reduce the time spent trimming. Browning the pork in several pieces before adding to the slow cooker improves the flavor and texture of the meat, and reduces cooking time.
You can use Hatch chiles instead of Anaheim, if preferred. You can use any cooking oil that you prefer.
You may need to puree the chile mixture in batches, depending on the size of the blender or food processor.