Also called picnic roast, the pork arm roast is a fresh cut that comes from the shoulder primal. Containing more fat than the blade Boston roast, a well trimmed arm roast provides a very rich flavor when roasted.
A small electric appliance that slowly cooks food with a low, moist heat. This piece of cookware allows food to be prepared at a consistent low temperature and is designed to cook for a period of six to twelve hours.
A reference that can apply to several different cuts of pork used for roasting, referred to as: the loin roast, shoulder roast, butt roast, blade loin roast, pork tenderloin, sirloin roast, crown roast or rolled ham roast.