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How to Cook (and Shred) a Pork Shoulder for Pulled Pork — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Pork shoulder is one of my secret weapons in the kitchen. A pork shoulder, slow-cooked and pulling into succulent little shreds, can become a thousand different meals. I can mix in some barbecue sauce and make pulled pork sandwiches or scatter the pork over pizza or toss it into a sauce for pasta. And that's just to start.

Today, I want my secret weapon to become your secret weapon. I'm showing you how to cook a pork shoulder from choosing the meat to transforming it into a fork-tender meal that can last all week.

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This Cake is Perfect for Summer. Can You Guess What it’s Made of? — Delicious Links

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I've seen this recipe floating around Pinterest the last couple days and had to share. This dessert is the perfect way to finish off a dinner party during a hot summer day, but it's looks are a little deceiving. Can you guess what this "cake" is made out of?

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What Can I Do with My Extra Muesli? — Good Questions

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Q: I recently received a case of good quality muesli, but since I don't really eat much of the stuff, I probably have enough for a year. I would really hate to see it go to waste so I was thinking of trying to use it in baked goods, but I'm not sure where to start. Has anybody ever baked with muesli? Can I use it in cakes or muffins?

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Kitchen Before & After: A Custom Cabinet Upgrade For $250 — Reader Kitchen Remodel

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Kitchn reader Alexandria never really liked the cabinets in her kitchen. "The doors are wood, but the boxes are particle board. I wanted a more custom looking kitchen," she wrote to us. The best way to get a custom look on a budget? Paint the cabinets and build them up to the ceiling — which is exactly what she did, and for under $250! See what her kitchen looks like now:

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We’re Hiring: Summer Ad Sales Intern — Apartment Therapy Job Openings

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The Ad Sales Intern will have the opportunity to work with the digital sales team for Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn lifestyle sites in our Soho, NYC offices. The intern will help our sales team to prospect new business and qualify and respond to inbound requests. The intern will have the opportunity to learn about the home design and food industry and the digital media landscape.

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Using Clothespins To Secure Parchment Paper — Reader Tips

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Parchment paper seems to have an annoying way of not staying in an empty baking pan. Even when it's creased or greased, it always tries to pop up, making pouring batter in and smoothing it out more difficult than it needs to be. Kitchn reader Laurel sent us this smart tip for securing the paper to the pan - use clothespins!

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