Low & Slow Pork Shoulder

Low & Slow Pork Shoulder created by Dan Churchill watch icons / play

A perfect dish for a dinner party or a week of fantastic lunches.

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48hrs 30mins
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  • If brining, put 1/2 cup of salt into a container and cover with enough water. Sit in the fridge for 18-24 hours.
  • Preheat oven to 250 degrees F. Remove shoulder from brine and pat dry. Cover the shoulder in mustard. In a bowl combine the oregano, paprika, garlic powder, black pepper, salt and rub all over the meat.
  • Place meat on a rack over a roasting tray with 1/2 Cup of water and place in the oven to cook for 8-10 hours. If you have a thermometer you want the internal temperature to be 190 degrees F.
  • For The Beans:

  • With 1 hour remaining on the pork cooking process remove the shoulder from the oven and transfer to a plate, cover with foil. Transfer all but 2 tbsp of the pork juices to a jar or bowl.
  • Transfer roasting pan to stove top and on medium-high heat cook the leek and onions and garlic for 5-7 minutes, before adding in the apples and beans, stir for a minute then pour in the stock and the rest of the ingredients. Bring to a boil and place roasting tray in the bottom of the oven.
  • Place the shoulder on a rack on top of the tray dripping its awesomeness into the pan. Cook for 30-45 minutes or until beans is super gelatinous and mushy.
  • For The Slaw:

  • Combine all the ingredients and set aside for 30 minutes.
  • Serving:

  • Serve Pork to the table on top of the beans with the slaw on the side… you will need 2 forks for the pulling :).
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  1. Dave M.
    The recipe online doesn't include apples in the slaw or olive oil like the episode does
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  2. Dave M.
    • Review photo by Dave M.
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  3. jefd7337
    I know I am a bit of a Luddite regarding some technologies. Before Genius Kitchen when it was Food.com I used to be able to save a recipe into my recipe box and retrieve it with the list of ingredients and cooking instruction written out as if I were pulling out a hard recipe card. If I needed additional instruction then I could go back into the active page for the recipe for the additional info. I am certainly able to save a recipe in the new app but I am not finding the same simplicity of looking in my saved file and just pulling up the so called recipe card. I may be completely misusing the app without even knowing it. Sorry if what I am missing is super intuitive and I am overlooking it. Thank you
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  4. patty.mere
    I'd rather prepare this pork in a slow cooker. Would you be able to translate the oven instructions to slower cooker? Thank you.
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  5. Dan Churchill
    Low & Slow Pork Shoulder Created by Dan Churchill
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