Pork shoulder

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A whole pork shoulder extends from the bottom of the front leg to the top of the shoulder, excluding the trotters (feet). Commercial smokehouses buy and cook the whole shoulder, but at the retail level, you’re more likely to find the top or bottom section of the shoulder.
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Pork shoulder comes from the upper front leg of the hog, which is generally divided into two sections: the butt and the picnic. Commercial smokehouses buy and cook the whole shoulder, but at the retail level, you’re more likely to find the top or bottom section of the shoulder.
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Latest revision as of 22:31, 23 November 2013

Pork shoulder comes from the upper front leg of the hog, which is generally divided into two sections: the butt and the picnic. Commercial smokehouses buy and cook the whole shoulder, but at the retail level, you’re more likely to find the top or bottom section of the shoulder.

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