I have a question about the recipe "Overnight Boston Butt Recipe" from Nestingproject. Is the Boston Butt roast bone in or boneless for this recipe?
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I believe it's more commonly sold boneless, but based on a photo of it that I found on her website it seems she might have made it with a bone-in roast—I think you'll be fine either way.
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