Turn off the heat. Then remove pork shoulder from brine solution, pat dry with paper towels, place in baking pan that is bigger than the shoulder by at least an inch in length and width and at least 3 inches deep. I did about 30 lbs in the oven one time, because I didn't have access to a grill or smoker. Do you cook pork covered or uncovered? Obviously, not everyone has the luxury of owning a gas grill or smoker, some apartment communities even ban them from the home cook. Roast for 6 to 8 Pour the beer (or liquid of choice) into the dutch oven and place the pot, uncovered in the preheated oven. It’s so easy, too! start uncovered to get some bark going, although without any wood smoke, you need to temper expectations a bit. TIPS FOR A PERFECT PORK ROAST For a crisp surface on your roast, be sure the oven is fully preheated before putting the roast in and don’t cover the meat while roasting. Pulled pork is great for tailgating, a game day party, or a family weekend meal or potluck.. A pork shoulder roast starts in a hot oven and then the temperature is decreased and it's slow-roasted until fall-apart tender. Add the pork and sear on all sides, about 1 to 2 minutes per side, until golden brown. Rinse the pork shoulder and place in a large container, pour in the brine solution until the shoulder is completely covered. For a small or medium roast, this should be no more than about 15 Bake for 8-10 hours (more or less depending on size) or until internal temperature is about 190F. Cover the container and place in the refrigerator for at least 8 hours. It’s so easy, too! Preheat oven to 250 and rub salt and spices over the entire pork shoulder. EASY OVEN ROASTED Pulled Pork (pork loin) is moist, slightly crispy, and super savory with a Homemade BBQ Rub, a great family dinner, and freezer friendly! As the name suggests, this Oven Pulled Pork is slowly roasted right in your oven! This may seem high for pork but your goal is really tender, slow- cooked pork , almost like the texture of pulled pork . Place onto a wire rack sitting over a baking sheet covered in foil. Start out with the oven preheated to a high temperature (at least 450F or so), and with just the roast in the pan, uncovered, just until the outside begins to brown.