The fourth post in the series on getting more for your money, in this case, when buying a pork shoulder. Render the fat into lard to use in either cooking or soap making.
The third article in the series on getting the most value from the food you buy – in this case a shoulder of pork. Today’s post is how to refashion the leftovers of the slow cooked pork shoulder.
After you’ve cooked a roast, or in this case, slow cooked a pork shoulder, don’t throw the bones away! Throw them back in the slow cooker, add some water and vegetables scraps, and then wake up in the morning to delicious, homemade stock.
Make this delicious slow cooker pork shoulder as a family meal or for pulled pork that can be portioned and turned into a variety of other frugal meals.