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KyrieElaison
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re: Rice n Gravy Pork Roast Help Needed
Use a Boston Butt over pork loin for slow simmering. Also, another way to do it is roast in oven uncovered. This way you get some cracklin skin.


Centinel
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South Carolina
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re: Rice n Gravy Pork Roast Help Needed
These suggestions all sound really good.

I just can't bring myself to cook a pork shoulder any way but in a smoker. It just seems like blasphemy.
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OTIS2
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re: Rice n Gravy Pork Roast Help Needed
Ha. Fixed it. 250 degrees.


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re: Rice n Gravy Pork Roast Help Needed
I prefer to simmer on the stove and add water and season as needed.


mouton
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re: Rice n Gravy Pork Roast Help Needed
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I prefer to simmer on the stove and add water and season as needed.


Same here . I also like to stuff with the little pickled tabasco peppers you get in a jar.


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TigerstuckinMS
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re: Rice n Gravy Pork Roast Help Needed
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I prefer to simmer on the stove and add water and season as needed.


Agreed. Rice and gravy is a stovetop thing. I'm sure it can be done in the oven, I just would never think of putting it in the oven.


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