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Fun w/ Boneless Pork Shoulder

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I accidentally bought a two pack of bonless pork shoulder from Costco. I have always used bone-in, so this is new to me. As I was preparing the butts trimming sinew, silver skin, hard fat, veins etc, I started also cutting portions of the butts into sections. I now have two 4 lb boneless butts and several large scraps.

 

This has provided me the opportunity to use the vertical spit I bought from Ceramicgrillstore.com a few months ago. I'm excited to say the least. :-D

 

I'll post picture of the meal later this afternoon when I build it get it going. Here are pics of what I ended up with after trimming and then the portions I will smoke overnight for pulled pork tomorrow.

 

 

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17 hours ago, buckleybj said:

 

I went with the middle sized, 9" spit. 

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Thanks!  Just did taco's al pastor on the grill.  4 wooden skewers was not a stable arrangement.

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5 hours ago, paintflinger said:

Thanks!  Just did taco's al pastor on the grill.  4 wooden skewers was not a stable arrangement.

Yeah, this was my first try and I didn't cut the pork large enough. I was only able to get 2 lbs if the 4 lbs of scraps I had on this spit.

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