Guide by Jenn de la Vega, @Randwiches
The pork shoulder in your Fall share is from Stryker Farm in Pennsylvania. This is the cut of meat that is the basis of pernil and carnitas. It's perfect for throwing in the slow cooker and coming home to a fall-apart taco dinner.
How to store pork shoulder:
How to cook pork shoulder:
The secret to roasty porcine goodness is to blast it with high heat to form a crust and then lower the temperature to render that lovely pork fat. You can also throw it in a slow cooker on high heat with aromatics and a can of beer for 4 to 6 hours.
Here's how to roast pork shoulder:
How to serve pork shoulder:
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