Turned out awesome! Tacos were great, but with all the excitement of eating, I totally forgot the camera. Next time I promise.
Here's a little (weird) hint of what I did. I bought a pineapples, and cut all the outside and top/bottom off. Cut 4 slabs off leaving the core. Then I put all the peel and core in a blender with some cider vinegar and hot peppers and pureed it all. (Yes, the outside of the pineapple). Then I threw the shoulder in a bag with said puree and let it set for about 8 hours. Then I removed it, put it on a rack, and rubbed it with cumin, garlic powder and salt. Left it to set out at room temp for about 4 hours to create a salty spicy crust for the smoke to adhere too. Sliced some pineapple very thin and layered the top (fat) part. Then I smoked it for 10 hours with apple and cherry chips.
The texture was almost pullable, but I removed it an hour or so before it started really started falling apart. I wanted a little something to bit into with the tacos, so I sliced it. For the actual tacos, I used soft corn tortillas, lime, chopped cilantro, chopped onion, jalapeno, and a salsa that I heard about that considered of the following.
6 medium size tomatillos
2 whole avocados
1 garlic clove
juice from 2 limes
salt to taste.
Threw all that in a food processor until it was smooth and creamy. Table spoon or so on the tacos.
Delish! I think I'll go and have me another.