Pork shoulder roasts are very inexpensive. They are quite good roasted with the bone in, but the bone can make carving difficult. Some butchers will debone the roast at no extra charge, while others will charge a higher price. It's easy to do it yourself in about 10 minutes. Learn how to remove the pork shoulder bone, and you'll end up with a boneless pork roast suitable for stuffing or as a rolled and tied boneless roast. A sharp boning knife is essential.
You will need:
Pork shoulder roast.
Sharp 7- or 8-inch boning knife.