Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder with Apple Gravy

This slow-cooked pork shoulder is just the ticket on a cold winter day. It marinates overnight, then roasts all day. Dinner is ready when it's fall-apart tender. Serve with an easy apple gravy and some roast vegetables on the side.

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29 November 2020

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