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    Senior Member Larry Mac's Avatar
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    Pulled pork question

    Probably a dumb question, but since I am a newbie into slow fire cooking, what piece of pork is best for pulled pork?

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    Shoulder. A k A Boston butt

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    One in the freezer is labeled "Pork Shoulder Blade Roast"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenR View Post
    Shoulder. A k A Boston butt
    Well the shoulder actually has a larger bone, the Boston Butt a smaller one. Either are great for pulled pork.



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    Boston but is the shoulder top. All meat is good for slow cooking. Usually cheaper cuts are used because they become tender when slow cooked.


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