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    Posted: November/20/2020 at 17:05
Easy Fall-Apart Roasted Pork Shoulder Recipe — The Mom 100





Well, I'm slowly learning how to cook meat in the oven! 

I had a small 2.2# pork shoulder. I saw a recipe so I did it.

Mix: 

   1/2 cup olive oil

   2 tablespoons of rosemary

   2 tablespoons of black pepper

   2 tablespoons of sea salt

   2 gigantic spoons of minced garlic

   2 huge tablespoons of Grey Poupon mustard


....rub all that on the meat.


I covered the bottom of a casserole pan with onions (two) and put the meat on top. Then I surrounded the meat with cut up baby potatoes.


The recipe said put meat in the oven at 450 degrees for twenty minutes....then lower down to 250 degrees and cook for several hours....(I did four hours)...

Anyway, it was stupendous!

The onions melted away into goop and asphalt. The meat was fantastic and the little potatoes were fantastic potato skins!!

I made instant mashed potatoes and corn to go with!!  Bucky 





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Oh! Oh! Oh!  I forgot to mention:  

I rubbed that meat and then wrapped it loosely in Saran Wrap and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight.....about 17 hours before I started cooking it!  Bucky













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I cooked a Boston Butt for Lori's and my birthday dinner just last Friday... almost the same way, but I cooked longer at a lower heat... it FELL apart.  And, I used Don Shula's Steak Sauce with some "special" spices as the "rub".  A classier version of A1 sauce.  The girls loved it.  
That roast certainly looks great...
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My pork did not fall apart....I thought it was going to. Maybe I should have cooked it longer. But it was perfectly fine....it just kind of cut like a loaf of bread. But it was all brown and tasty on the outside....it was very good!  
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