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    Need a suggestion - pork shoulder leftovers

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    Hi all, I need some suggestions for my leftovers. We grilled a pork shoulder on Sunday and had a couple dinners of pork lettuce wraps with cilantro, salsa, onions, and lime juice. I want to do something different with the rest of the pork, but nothing is coming to mind. Any one have any ideas? A good stew recipe maybe?

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    Could do pulled pork with primal bbq sauce, or:

    Chile Verde -- Super yummy and super easy!
    4-5 lb boneless Pork Shoulder Butt, cut into 1-inch cubes
    17 oz diced green chiles
    9 garlic cloves, chopped (or about 2 tbsp. minced garlic)
    2-12 oz cans Whole Tomatillos, drained
    Rind of ˝ of an orange
    2 Beef Bouillon cubes
    ˝ tsp. Cumin
    ˝ med White Onion, chopped
    8 oz beer

    In a dutch oven, or cast iron skillet, brown pork cubes in butter or bacon fat. Put browned pork in Crock-Pot with all other ingredients. Cook on low for 8-9 hours. Serve topped with avocado, sour cream and/or shredded cheese. This is very mild, so if you want some spice, add some hot sauce, or a diced Jalapeno

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    Make chili, adding cubed and shredded cooked pork at the end.

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    I would throw them in a wok, add some lard, diced peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, zucchin, a bit of black olives, some spices and done. Quick, easy, delicious and 100% primal
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    I recently used some leftover pork shoulder to make sort of a shepherd's pie... chopped it up, mixed with veggies and seasoning and a bit of tomato sauce, and topped it with pureed cauliflower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SerialSinner View Post
    I would throw them in a wok, add some lard, diced peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, zucchin, a bit of black olives, some spices and done. Quick, easy, delicious and 100% primal
    Thanks! I went this route - managed to scrape up some summer squash, mushrooms, green beans, garlic, black olives and spices and throw it all in the wok.

    Thanks for the suggestions everyone, I was drawing a total blank!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayness View Post
    I recently used some leftover pork shoulder to make sort of a shepherd's pie... chopped it up, mixed with veggies and seasoning and a bit of tomato sauce, and topped it with pureed cauliflower.
    I am definitely going to try this some time, sounds delicious.

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