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shoulder or Butt

RustyEggRustyEgg Posts: 14
edited 4:55PM in EggHead Forum
What's the difference? I made my first Buckboard Bacon at Christmas and it was a big hit. I want to do another but not sure which cut to use. I usually get a Boston Butt (about 6.5 lbs. @ $2.50/lb)from the butcher down the street. Then, the other day I was at Costco and saw that they had a Boneless Pork Shoulder (about 11 lbs. @ $1.59/lb).

What's the difference? Can I use either cut for Buckboard Bacon or Pulled Pork?

Thanks,
RustyEgg
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