Heritage Pork Boston Butt – 8 to 9 lbs
Now Only : $59.99
Weight : 128 oz
Our pasture raised Boston butt comes from the upper part of the shoulder and is often used to make traditional pulled pork.
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- Heritage breeds (Berkshire/ Red Wattle/ Duroc)
- NO antibiotics ever
- Vegetarian fed
- Raised on pasture and never confined
- Animal Welfare Approved
Why call it a Boston Butt? The name comes from when meat was shipped back in the days of wooden ships, the meat was salted and packed into large barrels, known as butts. Boston was the port of call. So, the container name as well as the destination city were adopted for the name of that cut of meat.
**Note: Individual whole loins will vary in size due to varying size of the pig. Unlike commercial pork it is not cookie-cutter production.
Our shipping is currently handled by our processing facility and comes direct to your door via either UPS or FedEx.
We ship on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to allow the product to arrive in frozen condition and to avoid the chance of sitting over the weekend.
Currently we ship in Styrofoam coolers using dry ice. You can reuse these containers for picnics and when you need to keep food cool.
We will send you a shipping confirmation and tracking number the day the product ships so you will be advised to look for arrival.
We send the product with the signature waived to allow the delivery to be left at your door if you are not home.
Otherwise, it may ride around in the delivery truck for days
Recipes / Tips
Pulled pork is a tradition with Rain Crow Ranch and our southern roots.
To prepares boston butt, our family seasons the pork butt with a rub adding various amounts of spice and secret ingredients (every pit master boasts his to be the best).
It is then smoked slowly over fire (or can be slow cooked in the oven).
When the pork is pull-apart tender the meat is pulled from the bone, mixed with a favorite spicy sauce to make barbeque pork.