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Pork Shoulder recipe 

In your show (which is excellant) you said you were going to cook the Shoulder Low and Slow, in the recipe its cooked at 200 degrees for 1 1/2 to hours which conlicts with your narrative. Is the 200 and timing correct. The recipe says to use a cassarole dish but failed to advise if the cassarole is covered or uncovered. Should it be covered or uncovered.

Answered Saturday 15 December 2012

Hi Jerry Very good pick up, it seemed to have over looked in the recipe checks. Cook for the shoulder for 2 to 2 1/2 hours at 160C in a large casserole pot with the lid on, I like to take lid off for last 1/2 hour to brown the shoulder Cooking at 200C is the quick method, but I prefer low & slow. Again thank you for writing in. Good Luck would love to see some photo's. Cheers A

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