There is no need to labor away at our Pork Boneless Loin Roast. There is no prep needed, and no bones to work around. Just add spices, roast and serve!
Roast (or barbecue over indirect heat) for the best results. The Boneless Loin Roast is more elegant and less fatty — think dinner party over BBQ.
To create a genuinely savory final product, try brining it or rubbing it with a homemade spice mixture.
People often think of Boneless Loin Roast and Boston Butt interchangeably, but there are some notable differences. The boneless loin roast is essentially a big, boneless pork chop in the form of a roast, and it's for roasting. It's much less fatty than a Boston butt or shoulder roast, and more tender without long cooking. (Boston butts and picnics are more marbled and come from a muscle group that the pigs used to walk more, and thus need longer, slower cooking times.) We recommend that you avoid stewing or braising our Boneless Pork Loin Roast, as these methods can cause the meat to fall apart and lose its tenderness.
We are serious about pasture-raised — our pigs eat a tremendous amount of fresh forage daily, and are fed a locally milled, certified organic whole-food ration. Their feed is so healthy you could eat it. Nothing less is worth feeding your family.