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Pork Shoulder Cuts from Costco

blakeasblakeas Posts: 241
Was looking for a whole pork shoulder but all I could find was Costco had a pork shoulder cut into 1/4's.  How do I cook this for pulled pork?  or another recipe.  Since it is not whole, how do I cook it?

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  • WolfeWolfe Posts: 79
    I make those cuts into carnitas 
  • blakeasblakeas Posts: 241
    looks like they De-boned the pork shoulder and cut it into 1/4's.  Do I need to tie it together?  if so, any suggestions?
  • FoghornFoghorn Posts: 8,794
    You can cook them separately or together. Separately they will cook faster and have more bark - and may be a little less juicy on the inside. I guess it depends on how much food you need/want. 

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  • JcornJcorn Posts: 4
    Pork Steaks are a delight.  I season with Lawry's and pepper, 250 indirect, finish direct with sauce on.

    I had never heard of a pork steak until I moved to STL...They are everywhere and I prefer over chops all day.

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