Should I leave the netting on a Boneless Pork Shoulder? That was all my supermarket had last night and I didn't want to wait to buy something else. Thanks for any suggestions.
Boneless Pork Shoulder Roast
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Seriously, that is a response by an OTBS member, to a question by a newcomer to the site. I guess I need to reread the qualifications for this "honor"
Rowdy, you're gonna be a real pip here. I can tell. Lighten up a little. You'll enjoy the ride much more.
Well you asked. Sorry if you found that answer short, but actually I had little time when I posted. I mean think on it some, short and to the point it was. If it is still in a bag, how else are you gonna cover with mustard and rub thoroughly. Also since you posted in the GRILLING section, I would hate to have that plastic adhere to the meat or catch fire, as I am sure that was not your intention. It could cause issues with the taste of the meat. Kinda like buying a steak and cooking it in a wrapper. I apologize if I offending you newbie, but please don't stop asking questions. I'll try not and be so short next time.