Hey! I'm in the middle of cooking a pork roast in a pot on the stove. This is a first for me, as I usually make it in the crock pot. I seasoned it, seared it in a little oil and put it in the pot with cut up onion and sweet potatoes. Simple, but I like the way this tastes! I believe that my crock cooks slower than the stove, or I don't pay as much attention because it seems like there's an abunance of liquid in the pot at the moment. I poured a little out. Mistake? When you make roasts on the stove (beef, pork, whatever) do you pour out excess liquid during the cooking process? I feel like if there's too much liquid - it's going to just sit there and boil and turn out rubbery.