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@Legume There is a little rack underneath you can't see, and if you have the headroom, you could raise the rack a little. I cook mine fat down, so if it's sitting in broth it's no big deal about the bark.. as I take a thin slice of the fat off after cooking anyway. The top bark will soften, the picture above was taken after pressure cooking, But when I get them to the platter for resting I blot off excess moisture and the bark firms back up in a few minutes. If you chill them the bark is really nice.Legume said:@thirdeye
so, you set it directly in the water? I wasn't sure so I propped the rack up higher to get it out of the water. does the bark boil off?