One of the best pork roasts I have ever had was a slow-cooked pork shoulder roast: OLD FASHIONED ROAST PORK
. I was anxious to try another one and this recipe looked like a perfect recipe for a cold winter’s day. The roast is rubbed & studded with garlic. Then it is placed on the smoker for what was said to be 6 hours. There was no need to raise the lid to mop or baste or spray. My CyberQ pit controller made this a rocking chair cook. The only hccup was I had a 5 hour plateau. So lunch became supper and I had to boost the pit temperature to help get the party started. The end result was worht the wait. It was tender and juicy and had a nice smoke flavor from the oak wood chips used. The meal was served with SMOKED POTATOES
& HONEY-WHEAT DINNER ROLLS
and some Green Beans with Bacon. Everything paired together nicely and although it took 4 more hours, no one complaind after trying the roast and all the other fixin’s.