'pork shoulder' on Serious Eats

Cook the Book: Slow-Roasted Pork with Glazed Orange Slices

This Slow-Roasted Pork with Glazed Orange Slices is ideal for those weekends when errands need running but a warmly fall flavored meal is still in the cards. The preparation begins three days prior to cooking with a sweet spice rub of cloves, allspice, cinnamon, and coriander massaged into the pork with red wine, garlic, and orange juice. Resting in the fridge for 72 hours allows the sweet spices to work their way into this hulking shoulder. More

Sunday Supper: Rubbed and Roasted Pork Shoulder

Pork shoulder is a luscious fatty cut that does very well in a low temperature oven for a long time. When picking out your shoulder, make sure that there's a nice piece of skin left on it so that once it's roasted, there is enough crackling for everyone to have a piece. The onions that the roast sits on become soft and coated in pork fat, so make sure to serve them alongside the roast. More

Cook the Book: Yucatan-Style Slow-Roasted Pork

Once your pork is roasted, it can be portioned out and incorporated into all sorts of easy weeknight meals. It makes a killer pulled pork sandwich (even better when topped with some slaw), incredible tacos (especially with some quickly pickled onions), or on its own with rice and beans. You could even make a "faux-lognese" sauce, by cooking it down with carrots, celery, shallots, white wine, and crushed tomatoes. More

Grilling: Pernil

Even though the cooking method went against a lot of my education on how to best cook a pork shoulder, this pernil produced a tender and garlicky meat that rightfully stands as one of the great ways to prepare the ever magical swine. More

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