I have never smoked a Boston Butt before, let alone purchased the meat to do so. But I am working up the nerve to try it, so I was doing a little retcon at my supermarket today and I saw several cuts labeled "Port Boston Butt Roast". I know the cuts used for pulled pork are called Boston Butts - these cuts were bone in, but they didn't have the fat cap that I usually see as bark here in a lot of pictures of the cooked product. Is this the cut of meat I should be looking for when trying to find the cut used for pulled pork? Could the fat cap just have been trimmed off prior to packaging? If this is the cut, how do I find them with the fat cap still intact? Is that a special request I need to make to whomever is trimming the meat? Or should look for something else? BTW - the cuts were all between 5 and 8 lbs....just no fat cap.