Everybody seems to enjoy a tasty pulled pork sandwich, but nobody really likes to make them. Why? Shredding the meat required to make a pile of yummy pulled pork sandwiches can take an awful lot of time. That is, it used to. Try the amazing MeatRake meat puller and you might make pulled pork sandwiches every weekend.
Isn't a pulled pork sandwich just about the tastiest treat known to mankind? A lot of people sure seem to think so. Practically any kind of meat may be slow roasted into tenderness and shredded with a meat puller. If you want to use a meat puller on pork, we recommend that you start with a cut like the Boston butt, pork shoulder or picnic style roast. If you're planning to use your meat puller to make a massive amount of pulled meat for a crowd, you will probably wish to go with something like the whole pork shoulder. A whole shoulder generally weighs in at around fifteen pounds. Once shredded with your MeatRake meat puller, a fifteen pound shoulder should serve at least two dozen people quite nicely.
Planning to use your MeatRake meat puller to serve more than two dozen hungry guests? In the American South, many pulled meat aficionados choose to slow roast a whole hog. But for a typical backyard barbecue, let's talk about the benefits of choosing a nice whole pork shoulder. Typically, your butcher cuts a whole shoulder into two roasts-- the Boston butt and the picnic roast. Speak with the meat man at your market a few days in advance of your barbecue party and he will keep a shoulder whole for your purposes. Be sure to roast your meat to tender perfection before going at it with your meat puller. Always make certain that pork is thoroughly cooked, or else it may present a health hazard and you sure don't want that at your party.
We Specialize In: paw,puller,pulled pork,shredded,meat,bearpaw
|Home - Website Reference - Business Collective |