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Cooking Pork Shoulder (or anything) Low and Slow in Gas Oven - Risky?

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Cooking Pork Shoulder (or anything) Low and Slow in Gas Oven - Risky?

KevinM76 | Nov 10, 2008 01:01 PM

Hello.

I have a thawed pork shoulder with a nice chile rub already on it ready to be cooked tonight for tomorrow's dinner. It won't fit in my slow cooker, and I'd prefer to do low and slow (200-250 for 8-9 hours) in my oven vs. 350 for shorter duration. However, my wife is a bit nervous about having the old gas oven in our apartment on at such a low temp while we sleep, for fear that the pilot could go out.

Is this fear justified? If so, has anyone had luck cooking pork shoulder (bone-in) at relatively higher temps for 30 min/pound, as recommended on the packaging it came in from Fresh Direct?

Thanks in advance.

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