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Pork: Picnic Roast
The Picnic Roast (or picnic shoulder) is a popular cut to make pulled pork with. Also, delicious prepared as a pot roast! The price per pound is $8.99 and the average cost per cut is $26.07.
Description: Immediately below the Boston butt is the next cut you’re likely to find: the Picnic Roast (occasionally called the picnic shoulder). The picnic roast is the lower part of shoulder.” This is another relatively tough and fatty cut, though it is often sold bone-in. When cooked low and slow, the connective tissue and fat melts and bastes the meat. This is also a popular cut to make pulled pork.
Recipe: Check out this recipe for Slow Cooked Pork Carnitas!
Nutrition: Pork shoulder is an excellent source of animal protein. Like all other types of meat, pork shoulder has a high amino acid score, which means it supplies all the amino acids necessary to form complete, or high-quality, proteins in the body. Pork shoulder is a significant source of the B vitamins thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and B6 and is also a good source of vitamin B12. These vitamins help the body metabolize macronutrients such as fat and carbohydrates for energy. Pork shoulder is not considered one of the leaner cuts of pork because it is somewhat high in fat and saturated fat.
Storage: Once thawed, use/cook within the week. Do not thaw and refreeze any meat products.