Until now, there was not an easy and effective manual meat shredder available to the average barbecue aficionado. Try the amazingly easy to use MeatRake meat shredder, and you will change the way you think about making pulled pork sandwiches for a large crowd of family and friends. Order yours today!
So, you've ordered your MeatRake meat shredder, and you're looking forward to putting on a big barbecue event for your family and friends. The first thing you will need to do is arrange for your supermarket butcher to set aside a whole shoulder roast for you. Typically, a butcher shop separates a whole shoulder into two distinct cuts-- a Boston butt and a picnic roast. When these two tasty roasts are left together, it's called a whole pork shoulder. See? This is already easier to understand than you thought it would be! And, when you pull your slow roasted meat with the MeatRake meat shredder, the end results of your efforts are sure to be a big crowd pleaser.
Before you roast your meat, go ahead and remove and chunks of hanging fat. Be sure to not change the basic shape of your roast. Don't worry about the fat that marbles the meat. You actually want plenty of fat, because it adds flavor and tenderness. The longer you roast your cut, the easier it will be to use your meat shredder at the end. Most fans of pulled pork use a nice rub which should be applied no more than one hour prior to roasting. Any sooner, and your pork may wind up with a ham like texture which is fine for ham, but not really appropriate for a pulled pork feast. The rub you use is entirely up to you. Choose spicy or sweet or anything in between. Be sure to order your MeatRake meat shredder before you leave this website.
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