This is a special message from the National Pork Board Pulled pork is not just for barbecue any more. Restaurants are adding pulled pork to menus in everything from breakfast sandwiches to ethnic cuisines to fast casual alternatives to trendy “better burgers.” Industry experts say the slow-cooked pork shoulder provides a tasty, healthful offering at a low price. “In world cuisine you will see pork in the shredded format because it’s a good way to take an ...
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