Internal Temperature For Pork

Slow Cooking a Pork Shoulder

Slow Cooking a Pork Shoulder in 4 Easy Steps

Slow cooking a pork shoulder is more straightforward than you might think. While we recommend cooking pork shoulder on the smoker for maximum flavour, pork shoulder in the slow cooker is incredibly tasty too. Especially with the right spices and correct liquids added. Not to mention convenient. You can leave the pork all day in …

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Pulled Pork Internal Temp

Pulled Pork Internal Temp – A Short Guide

Pulled Pork Internal Temp The USDA recently changed their guidelines for pork doneness to 145°F internal temp for pork.  Pork can be served medium rare safely, however a fatty and tough cut such as pork shoulder needs to cooked to at least 195°F to be ready to pull apart for pulled pork. Can You Pull …

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Smoked Pork Shoulder Done Temperature

Smoked Pork Shoulder Done Temperature – A Short Guide

If you are looking for smoked pork shoulder done temperature, as well as lots of info about generally smoking pork shoulder you just lucked out. This is where you need to be. Smoked Pork Shoulder Done Temperature Your smoked pork shoulder is done when it reaches a final internal temperature of 195-205°F. At this point …

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Internal Temp of Pork Tenderloin

Internal Temp of Pork Tenderloin Guide

How do you know when the internal temp of pork tenderloin is right for you? It doesn’t help that the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service recently changed the recommended guidelines for the internal temperature of pork, in May 2020 to be precise. The guidelines used to be 160°F, now they are 145°F. Internal Temp …

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