Mangalitsa Pork Shoulder/Boston Butt
Mangalitsa pork is a luscious red, more akin to beef than pork. It's 50-percent fat content gives it a coveted marble and buttery flavor. Mangalitsa's take more than a year to fully develop, and they require outdoor space to roam freely, in order to strengthen their muscles (which further aids marbling). This luscious, buttery fat makes Mangalitsa pork especially versatile in cooking and in the taste!
Pork shoulder goes by several names at the grocery store including picnic roast, Boston butt, blade roast, and pork butt. Common cooking methods for pork shoulder include braising, smoking, roasting, grilling, and slow cooking.
This cut, is one full bone-in shoulder