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Date Posted: 14:14:37 05/25/03 Sun
Author: The Meatriarchy
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Subject: Re: Smaller cuts of Pork?
In reply to: Penter 's message, "Smaller cuts of Pork?" on 17:20:43 05/22/03 Thu


The shoulder is generally cut into two roasts, the Boston Butt and the Picnic Shoulder. The Boston Butt has less bone.

I don't often see Boston Butts in the local supermarkets but I do see plenty of picnic shoulders and sometimes for quite cheap. They also aren't too large either.

I have tried one before and it came out ok (it was my first try at pulled pork).


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